Well, when you start getting into that it becomes mostly a semantic discussion. The hole/exposure is here only because there was an impact crater, regardless of it's current condition. The depth of this hole and its circular geometry pretty much dictate an impact crater origin for such a feature in this region. But, I know what you are saying.
I wanted to comment on a couple of other things. I'm in Gray's camp with regard to the overhang being a differential erosion feature. I also agree with him regarding cautious use of the F-word. A while back that meant festoons, which we are still on the lookout for, but today I'm talking about faults. I think there is ample reason to suspect that some minor faulting might exist here, but I'm not convinced, yet.
We have the suggestive shape of the dock/Guam feature mirroring the adjacent cape and bay outline. I will not say that it is not the result of the bedrock in front of it slumping into the crater void along a normal fault, but I think there could be other explanations for it and what appears to be its subdued extension to the east. The ejecta layer does not appear to be entirely homogeneous.
This whole cape and bay thing has had me really scratching my head for a long time. I have some real problems with the Edgett hypothesis now that we've observed a nice sampling of the rim. In some of the images I have noticed a crude organization within the ejecta layer. I am seeing discontinuous "strata" within it that sometimes seem to erode differentially. I am wondering if the dock might simply be an eroded remnant of such a layer.
What a fortunate rover we have here, to have found its way to so many fascinating places.
I think I have asked this question previously, but I don't think anyone has replied. Who is having fun?