My D2 fell out of my pocket during a snowball fight a couple of Fridays ago. I didn't realize it until the next morning and by then it was buried under 4" of snow. I kicked snow around for a few hours, but couldn't find it. Calling it and using Lookout to make it scream didn't help. I figured water had gotten in to the speaker by then and it was ruined. Temps over the next couple of days were in the single digits. I reactivated my old Blackberry. By the following Wednesday, the snow had melted enough that I found it in my yard. I removed the battery, and stuck it in a plastic bag with a desiccant package and rice and put it in my refrigerator, figuring that thawing it out slowly would be best. After a day in the fridge, I left it sitting in the bag for two more days at room temp. Finally, on Saturday morning, I installed the battery and charged it up. Remarkably, everything has worked fine so far. I am able to connect to wi-fi, all my apps work. Camera and camcorder work. Music player works. The only thing that seems a little flaky is GPS and Maps. And I'm wondering, do these require a data connection as well as GPS satellites to perform all their functions? I am waiting until the end of my current billing cycle, then I am going to reactivate with Verizon to see if phone still works.