I have a camera that's water proof. It has a mic, speaker, lcd screen, battery, and usb port on it... essentially all the types of things that would need to be made water proof on a phone and it cost an insignificant amount more than a regular camera. It seems like it would be pretty easy to put a rubber gasket in the housing to seal the major parts from water and then do whatever else to the ports and buttons that the camera mfg did. All the water sensors and having people call and try to return phones and processing them and all that's involved it almost seems like they might be able to save money, make customers happy, and use it as a major selling point. I love the camera, I never really have to worry about it all and it sure would be nice to not have to worry about the phone. I'm not saying they should do it to advertise making calls underwater or anything, just basically making it so the chasis would actually have to be physically compromised in order for water to ruin the phone. Any thoughts on this?