Hey all, I had a close call with my iPhone over the weekend but was happily surprised at its durability. It was absolutely pouring on Saturday and I was reluctant to get out of my car. I put my iPhone into the front pocket of my sweatshirt (the kind that is centered over the stomach for both hands on a cold day) and ran from the car to the door of my house. I turn the corner around the hood of the car and I hear a double "thwack" as the iPhone flew out of my pocket and bounced on the ground. I immediately knew what happened and was like, "oh nooooes!" I turn back around in the rain and grab my iphone out of a relatively shallow puddle (not fully submerged). It's also wet on the front from the heavy rain. I immediately turned it off and started wiping it frantically (while under the eave of the house). I get inside, pull out some tupperware, put in uncooked rice and put in the iPhone. So I covered it and wondered about my favorite toy. Haha. So then about 6 hours later I remembered about the moisture disk in the headphone jack. So I looked at it and it was still white, saying "no moisture was ever here." So I figured, even if I did turn it on and it shorted, it's still under warranty. But lucky me, she turned on/worked just fine. Only a couple of small scuffs on the back and on the chrome rim to remind me of the tale (not even a scratch on the glass!). The moral of the story be, don't meet a bear without a tree. Anyone who gets that reference gets a cookie. Anyone else have close calls to report?