First the snow, then the rain, now the rapid melting. There is 3-feet of snow around my house and the ground cannot soak up anymore moisture. So now it is pouring through the three basement windows and there is no way to stop the water. I managed to put a plastic trash bag around my Sharp 9000 projector and I pray that will protect it from the moisture for a couple of weeks. I managed to move my two SVS subwoofers upstairs, but the 60 inch Proscan rptv is going to have to save itself. Its on casters, as is my Boltz component rack, but I don't think they're going to be high enough. My questions: 1. Will the resulting moisture destroy my components (Denon 3800 DVD, Denon 5800 receiver, Directv ultimate, JVC svhs, Pioneer 606 dd/dts LD player, sub amp, two Cinepro Amps - 3kIIse and 2kII, Monster 7000 and Monster 3500 line conditioners)? 2. Speaker cables, all Monster Z2 series on the fronts; Monster THX rated plastic covered coppers for the surrounds. These were submerged and soaked. Do I have to trash them or will they be fine? 3. Two line conditioners, Monster 7000 and Monster 3500 (for the projector). Both cables were submerged under water. Will they bounce back? 4. Draper motorized screen. Will the moisture kill it? I assume this flooding will continue for a few days yet, then at least two weeks of a very damp basement. What kind of damage can I expect to encounter? Help!!!!!