I've been concerned about waterproofing a camera for years now. I like to have the extra reach of a good zoom but I'm always worried about a dunking wrecking the hardware. My recent acquisition of a Panasonic FZ28 is allowing me to get more creative but is a real concern for canoeing (and now, kayaking). I am thinking that I should pick up a Pelican P1120 for it. My wife and I are also planning a trip to Curacao in Feb. and I know I'm going to want to get underwater pictures so I'm going to need a waterproof point-n-shoot. So far I'm thinking that the Pentax W60 looks like a pretty good bet but I also have read the reports on the Olympus 1030 SW. One thing I notice is that some of the makers recommend that you have the waterproof gasket replaced by a dealer every year: do any of you actually follow that recommendation? cost? Has anybody done a direct comparison between those two cameras? I don't want to spend more than about $300 on something that will see secondary use only. Oh... and it must use SD, enhanced SD or micro SD media (I like to have all of the gadgets including the GPS using interchangeable cards). Thoughts? Ideas? Comments?