hey everyone, I convinced my girlfriend to take my D40 to the mountains with her this weekend, in the hopes of revitalizing her interest in photography. It did, and she took some amazing shots, but then fell in a tricky section of trail and dropped it. Now the shutter will engage, but I get an error on the LCD that says I need to re-engage the shutter release to get it to actually disengage the shutter mechanism. Needless to say it's not taking good pictures at this point... My question to all of you is the best way to go about getting it fixed. I'm sure this isn't covered under warranty, and while it might be covered under my renter's insurance, is probably not worth claiming. There's only one 'authorized' nikon service center in my area (seattle) , which isn't terribly close. Have any of you had experience getting cameras repaired through Nikon non-warranty service, or have any idea of how much repairs tend to cost? Or, even better, do any of you have any idea of what the problem might be, or how to try and troubleshoot or fix it myself? Thanks for any input at all, here. I'd hate to have to write it off as broken, or not worth the cost of fixing -- we've barely gotten a chance to use it.