Hi! Noob to the forum here! Well, I had my Bluebird on a (not great quality boom--I know, you get what you pay for), and I didn't have it balanced quite right and it fell over w/ my Bluebird on it. It fell from about 4.5 feet high onto a wooden floor. The mic still works, but I wanted to make sure it's still okay. It sounds a little grainier than my other Bluebird (they're not matched) and it seems that the output is a little lower, but that could be purely pyschological on my part. I was thinking about sending the mic to Blue to get it looked at, but was wondering depending on the damage how much it would cost to service a mic like this. There really wasn't any other apparent damage other than the body becoming loose (I just tightened it back on, but it had to hit the floor pretty hard for that to happen). Would it be more cost effective to just buy a new one instead of having it serviced (I can get it for $225)? I tried contacting Blue the other day but couldn't get a hold of them. Thanks in advance for your help!