Yeah, so... I'm not sure if I'm the first one on this board or not to admit that I may have water damage to my S3, but sadly, it has happened. I had a wet application screen protector to put on the phone. I didn't overdo it, as I have applied many a screen protector by this method. Everything was fine and dandy, no dust or bubbles present and minimal water squeezed out the edges. After about two hours, I started to have an issue with my headphone jack "initializing" and not allowing sound through the phone speaker. About five hours after screen protector installation, the screen started to violently flicker. Right now, it flickers about once per half-second/second constantly. The touch screen is completely useable and functional, everything else works just fine. I have tried all the settings I could think of, a hard reset, and factory reset with no change. I disassembled the phone with the help of a few teardown videos, just for my own amusement and noticed that the moisture sensors have been tripped. There is a thin layer of moisture around the inner edge of the phone. Because the screen is merged with the front half of the casing, there is no real way for me to determine how bad the damage is. Moral of the story, probably a better idea to go with a naked screen or dry application screen protector. I used a minimal amount of water along with the "steamroom" method and I ended up with a major problem. If I can, I'll post a video later of what it's doing.