Gaskets and seals on trail cameras are great, except when they aren't. I think we're about 16 inches of precipitation above normal here, and it's really shutdown my picture collection. A lot of my cams are old(er). Opening and closing doors has had the impact of compressing gaskets. Inevitably, with enough moisture, it will find its way inside with undesirable results. I take them down, dry them out, and off they go. What to do to keep moisture outside or keep it in-check inside? I see Reconyx sells desiccant sheets, 90 sheets for about 50 bucks. Anybody use them? What about generic silica desiccants? And gaskets? Ever replace them? Maybe just run a bead of silicon on top of the old gasket (not glue - gasket material)? I know, I know. Buy new cameras!