It was just one of those days. Normally I bag the lens not mounted on the bodies. But today in haste to switch over to the 100-300mm I placed the 14-45mm after capping on the library table. While viewing through the G2 evf I hear a clunk. Found out that my library desk is not to level. The 14-45mm rolled off the table dropping about 30" onto a carpeted floor. End result was no damage. Lens works as it should. I don't baby my gear. Very light drizzle, foggy/misty air, smell the salt air from the spray, freezing cold to desert hot the gear gets used. The GF-1 has experienced couple Sinai sandstorms, hit by heavy snow dropping off tree branches. The G2 while mounted on a tripod sort of hit the ground. Brushy vegetation provided impact protection. None of this gear is advertised as "weather-resistant" or "shock-resistant". So either I've been real fortunate and the gear is tougher than expected. Hopefully I just didn't jinx myself.