First off, Old Bay is a product of the Baltimore Spice Co., who has been packaging it since 1950. If McCormick is selling it it's by license.
Unlike cajun and creole seasonings, there's really not all that much salt in Old Bay. The original formula includes Celery salt, mustard, pepper, laurel leaves, cloves, pimento, ginger, mace, cardamom, cassia, and paprika. Compare that to, say, Tony Chacher's Creole, which is about half salt.
Mike: Sorry to disagree, but I'll take a Blue Claw over a Dungeness any day of the week. And I've eaten both of them fresh caught from the water. I'll even take Stone Crab over the Dungeness.
Read your own post for what it takes to make Dungeness taste like anything. You have to add all sorts of strong flavors, cuz, despite the myth, the Dungeness is all but tasteless. Northwesterners say "delicate" flavor. I say "nonexistent."
They have taken the oath of the brother in blood, in leavened bread and salt. Rudyard Kipling