Well, it seems that I was a little too enthusiastic at the wedding this last weekend and I killed my SB-800 (amazing how easily it happened too... I thought I was being careful but I guess not, right?) -A quick call to the local place that I know that could repair it and the quote was $225 to fix it, but "the SB-900 is much stronger and the replacement for the SB-800... and can be yours for $650Cdn, taxes included!". Uhhm... no, thanks. Another long distance call to Nikon Canada's parts counter in Mississauga Ontario netted me the info that I wanted to hear... Flash tube: under $15 Ordinary shipping: free Overnight shipping: $11.25 I opted for ordering 2 flash tubes and overnight Purolator delivery for a cost of under $50 total and the number to Nikon Canada's parts counter is: 905-625-9910 I know better than to stick a screwdriver into the capacitor of the flash, but know how to safely discharge it as well as the fact that I will be working on the head of the flash not inside the body of it, where the cap is located. I'll likely grab a few shots of the process as I fix it. In case someone is interested, the part number for the flash tube is SS501-62.