Before I get the lecture.....I know, I should have been more careful. I had sandbags but didn't use them. I knew a storm was headed my way and should have anticipated the breeze. There, now that's out of the way, here's my problem, besides the hangover I'll have tomorrow morning after I drown my sorrows in a bottle tonight while kicking myself and banging my head repeatedly on the table. I was doing a pet portrait session today. The client wanted photos of her daughter playing with the dog in the pool (any guess where this is going?). The pool is mostly covered by an overhang so the light wasn't that great. I set up two flashes (SB800 and SB600) on light stands with umbrellas (being triggered remotely via SU800). After shooting for a while, a good stiff breeze surprised me and blew both stands over. The SB800 ended up in the pool. The SB600 crashed onto the pool deck (fell out of the bracket on the way down). I grabbed the SB800 fairly quickly. The umbrella prevented it from sinking to the bottom but it was completely submereged. I noticed it was still powered up. I immediately dumped the batteries and did my best to dry it. I left the battery cover off and set it on the warm deck to dry in the sun. The SB600 was also still powered up. When I tried to test fire it, it acted as if it had fired, made it's little beep and everything. Though, it didn't actually flash. I think the bulb is broken. I have now placed the SB800 in the warming drawer of my oven on low. It's toasty but not too hot. Based on the condensation I'm seeing on the LCD display, it appears water got into that section as well as the top portion of the unit that swivels. I'll give the flash several days to dry out completely and try to power it up. Any thoughts on the odds? I tried to find information on replacing a bulb on the SB600. I found nothing. It is possible to do this? I suspect I'll be sending it in for service. Any idea of what this might cost? Would it make more sense to replace it? Luckily, I had a third flash (another 600) and was able to complete the shoot with that. Wish me luck on print sales. I'll probably be replacing some equipment.