I'm dismayed by the growing number of crash reports into water. Having plowed my own Phantom into a river (miraculously, it somehow survived) I have now become quad-hydro-phobic! I also live in an area of abundant wetlands, rivers, and other enticing bodies of water. In fact, I got into this hobby for the express purpose of photographing the wetlands next to our cabin. And now, having evaluated my bumbling progress as a pilot, I find that I'm very reluctant to venture over anything deeper than a mud puddle. Which leads me to ask... is it possible to transplant most or all of the Phantom's working parts to a waterproof frame? Or should I sell the Phantom and take the plunge, so to speak, for an off-the-shelf "aquacopter" style quad? Money is definitely an issue, as I have accumulated lots of bits, bobs, and batteries and would rather use them in another quad than try to sell them off at a loss. Suggestions?