Well, the other day my beloved G5 went bonkers. I had it at the beach, but it never got wet and I don't think the problem is related, unless a grain of sand got in and caused a problem later. I was standing on the back deck and took a picture of the sky. I put the camera down and picked it up a few minutes later to take another photo and discovered that it thinks the toggle button (I don't know the actual name of it, but is is the toggle button that I use to change exposure compensation) is pressed to the left when it is not. I have done everything I can think of to fix it. I have blown into the button area. I have repeatedly pushed the toggle left and right. I have turned the camera off. I have removed the battery. All to no avail. Any suggestions? And any idea how much it would cost to have it repaired? And if anyone has the number of Panasonic so I could call and ask them about repairing it, I'd much appreciate it.