Well, my cusin recently was selected from Texas A&M to go to China on a plane with the former presedent Bush and I believe Governer Swartezenager. Well my Uncle had just bought her a shiny new expensive digital camera for this trip that she would take with a few of her peers from Texas A&M and no doubt they also had digital cameras for the trip. Well, somehow on the way over seas to China, somthing happened, and when they landed NONE of the LCD's on the digital cameras worked! The cameras still functioned, but the LCD's would not come on! I first thought it was the altitude that may have done it and the cabin pressure, but this was a huge aircraft, and heavy duty, since it had to fly overseas, so im sure there were larger steps to reduce cabin pressure... and don't most cameras work after flying? I suspect they do since News cameras often still function or we wouldnt see news reports from overseas. The only thing i can figure it they didnt want the students trying to sneak of a picture of the former presedent or governer, so they sent out some wierd signal to break the cameras... What do you think?