I drove down to Corpus Christi today to pick up my uncle and take him to my dads, becuase he wanted to leave his car for my aunt to drive. On the way down, a semi one lane over and a little ahead of me, causes a full sheet of 3/4" partical board, that's laying in the road, to blow over into my lane. So I move to the left to avoid it.. and like a piece of paper blowing across the ground.. this thing, as I'm about to pass it, actually blows over and stands up on it's side.. and freaking obliterates the passenger side mirror of my wifes 01 Tahoe at about 70 mph. Talk about pissed... I guess if it would have been my truck it would be no biggy.. I'd just wait and fix it. But, being that it's my wifes ride.. I guess we'll have to get it done. It's a major pain to see the traffic on that side without it... trust me, I spent a lot of time on the road today.. and know first hand. I never could stop myself from trying to look out that mirror .. Just those blank, black, innerds, looking back at me. Something tells me it's not going to be cheap either.. heated mirror with the dimming feature etc. Plus it's an LT, so it has the body color on it, instead of just black plastic.. The mount seems to be OK, but the head of the mirror is a gonner. It also scratched the pass door glass up, and put a couple of rub marks on the body. That part was done by the plate behind the glass, as it dangled by the wires for a moment before electing to abandon ship ... probably out fo fear of being ripped loose by me.. Then I finally get home.. and the 36" TV in the living room has gone out... Yeah.. today sucked... but I have my health.. and a good wife and wonderful kiddos.. so it's not like it's the end of the world. But, it would have at least been a little kinder to have to deal with each problem on seperate days or something. When it rains, it pours.