I finally got a day to my self to go hiking and shoot some film. Everything was great, I was going to hike to one of my favorite waterfalls. I stopped on the way to shoot some great ice formations along a small cascade and that's when it happened. I forgot to secure a strap on my backpack and the zipper opened and BAM! my RB67 took a tumble onto a large boulder and into the stream. It was only in the water for 5-10 seconds, but the damage was done. My film back is toast, thats where it landed on the boulder. The lens has probably about a teaspoon of water in it, the body is a little wet inside, but not too bad, and the prism looks to have a little moisture in it. I can get a bargain grade ProS body from KEH for less than $100. My problem now is do I spend the money to fix the lens (if it can be fixed) and get the body looked at to make sure everything is ok? The prism looks to have a little moisture in it, but if the meter still works, I can live with that for a while. Any suggestions in my time of grief?