Ok, I'm a little bit annoyed with Olympus America right now: Yep, I'm being charged to repair water damage, caused by rain, on a rainproof OM-D E-M5. They are NOT covering this under warranty, despite my protests on the phone. The repair technician says a rubber seal on the bottom of the camera had been removed, I assume he's referring to the cap that covers the connections for the external battery grip. However, I don't own the external grip, so I never touched the cap. Frankly, I don't know if the cap was on the camera or not, I never paid it much attention. If it fell off or even just came loose, which seems to be what must have happened, then it wasn't held in place very tightly in the first place. So, let this stand as a warning to everybody: if you intend to use your camera in wet conditions, check and double-check the integrity of the rubber cover on the bottom of the camera. If it gets loose, you could be stuck with a very expensive repair. ---------------------------------- Update: See new post downthread, but Olympus is covering the cost of the repair for me. They are treating me right, and have my thanks.