I meant I'm not going to go out and intentionally try to make it fail in order to get a new one. I know they advertise the phone in water. That's why I bought it. I drove that point home in other parts of the conversation that i didnt paste into the post. I WANT a phone that meets the IP68 standard post-Samsung's assurance their manufacturing defect is resolved. Not one where the only guarantee is "Hey it may work, may not. If it doesn't in a year's time, send it back." I've owned an S4 Active and didn't live in constant fear that Samsung is just crossing their fingers that my phone holds up. And remember, until all this kerfuffle with Consumer Reports and CNET, Samsung wasn't even actually guaranteeing the phone for water damage.Dunking it in the water is now dishonest? They advertise the phone in and with water. Even if you get a "new fixed" one it could still fail when you put it in water. These are machines. Just keep your phone away from water and you will be fine. If you cannot or will not do that, there is always a chance a seal could fail. Even my Rolex Sea Dweller could possibility fail when I take it in the water. You banking on a "fixed" one like it could never leak is illogical and in conflict with your avatar!