I was out in the garage happily painting along on my elder bio when much to my shock I lost controle of the bio. I had the airbrush in one hand and the bio in the other when I lost controle of the bio and started doing that one handed jugle to keep the bio but my left hand that had the airbrush refused to let go of the airbrush and let it fall to the ground so that I could use that hand to help grab onto the bio. I dont know if that was a good thing as the bio actually cost more than the airbrush but all I could think was "dont drop the brush it will ruin the needle" and "damn, think of something quick so you dont drop the bio". Well the bio lost. I could have been worse, the damage is all fixable. It now has a large chip in the rear that I can glue back in and a huge crack along the crown to the back but I can epoxy that. There also a small chip out of one of the side pieces and I cant find the missing part but I will look again tomorrow when its light and easier to look. And thing were going so well today before this.