Being a devout agnostic, Dudeism has fitted perfectly into my own spiritual philosophy, something along the lines of "Well Dude, we just don't know".
I'm not one for throwing my spiritual lot in with some heavy-duty faith saying there is or isn't a god. Being a thiest or an athiest is not really in my personal scope. God may well exist, or not, or there may be a whole load of super-human beings around, that's not really my concern for the here-and-now, because I'm not likely to get any answers this side of existance.
I couldn't even really take Buddhism past the world-view stage due to the fact I can't really put stock in reincarnation (that and I love my ego too much to let the darned thing go, I kinda like being me). But Buddhism, for me, was the search to become a Buddha, an 'Enlightened One', not the study of one guy, and I recognised that in Dudeism, the persuit to be Dude, like some Taoist state of Zen, mastering your ability to just hang loose, without having to jack in what makes you unique in this world.
I can see the point about tailoring a divine imageto be more "Dude", but I think that's a personal thing. Dudeism itself isn't concerned so much with matters divine, we care about life, here and now, in this world. It's more than cool to mix your faith in such things with your Dudeist worldview, there are plenty of Buddhists who are also Christian or part of any other generally well-meaning faith. Our doors are more than open to other faiths, when it comes to the afterlife, or lack thereof, as long as Dudeism itself is focused on existance as we know it. God is a personal choice of faith, and if anyone, dude or otherwise, wants to conjour up their own personal image, based on belief, then go for it. Just don't expect a concensus from anyboy here, man