Ummm ... don't continue reading if you don't want to think bad thoughts about someone. (me) I've launched by hand both from land and from the boat (sailboat, so it is necessary to launch and retrieve by hand), and never had a mishap. Many launches. Until last night, I don't know what I was thinking .. I wasn't drinking, but perhaps I was too relaxed in my thinking due to just having a nice relaxing day. For some stupid reason, I failed to throttle up with my left thumb after starting the motors, and simply let go of my H, stupidly watching it plunk into the water and disappear. Idiot. My question now is how best to proceed. Here are some details: 1. I have the GPS coordinates of the location on my chartplotter, but it's several hours away from here, in about 30' of saltwater, and I'm not sure it's worth retrieving ... is it? Real loss would be all the electronics, most likely the battery, but I could get the props and the Polar Pro ND filter ... worth it? (Plus a little less plastic littering up the sea) 2. I could replace the H as it stands, for about what, $400 or so? 3. I just sent a spare CGO3+ to have the lens upgraded, and I have set of LR antennas on the way to me. Should I go ahead and buy a regular H, or should I go for the H Pro? On that note, would it be worth finding a "drone only" H Pro, and use that with my ST16 and the LR antennas? I would not mind having a spare CGO3+ stock as I do like a wide option (my original intent was to swap cameras depending on scene) Opinions welcome (except the obvious .. I'm already beating myself up plenty) Thanks!