Quickly, a little back story... I was doing some "creative flash" practicing and I set my flash somewhere I probably shouldn't have. After a small breeze blew through the backyard about 3 seconds after I turned around, I heard a 'crash'. Please don't be my speedlight. It was. It no longer worked and I could physically hear the broken pieces inside rattling around. Mr. Perko gave me some insight on finding a replacement strobe for it, and I decided to give it a go. Well today I finally decided to dive into the ripped apart SB-600. I ordered a new strobe from Nikon Tech USA last week. $8.00 plus $4.00 shipping. I was a little intimidated at first. I had bro in law bring his soldering iron over to the house and we got started this morning. There was a little more damage internally than I previously anticipated, but it was nothing that a little super glue couldn't fix. I took photos of the process that I can post up just in case this happens to anyone else in the future. I am a happy man tonight. Very happy. It actually works better than it did before. Before, when I would zoom the flash, it would zoom all the way to 70mm and the next step would be a 'click click click' then it would zoom all the way back out and show two [--] in the zoom LCD. I wouldn't be able to zoom again until I turned it off and back on again. I always thought that was weird. I was disappointed in the way this worked. Turns out it never worked properly from the day I bought it. How funny is that?