Well, it finally happened. After owning 3 different DX bodies over the past 8 years, and taking them on numerous hiking, backpacking and general walk-around trips the one that I managed to drop was the expensive D800E after a little over 1 week of ownership. I had my camera bag on the front seat of my car, and have trained myself to ALWAYS check the zippers before I pick it up...Well, today was the one time that training failed and as I went to pick up the bag, the camera slipped out and fell about 2-3 feet onto the ground (a mix of gravel and dirt is what it landed on). It looks like it hit back first. Only visible damage were some specs of something that seemed to have worked loose and were visible in the viewfinder. It looked like some dust or something had worked loose inside the body itself. A few gentle puffs from a hurricane blower took care of those. It seems to be working ok. I took a couple of test shots to see if the AF mechanism was affected and it seems like it may be ok. So, is there anything else I should be looking for?? Would this warrant a trip to Nikon to get checked out?