Yes, I did. When I was in the yard with Secret day before yesterday, I had my little Canon in my coat pocket (it's usually in some pocket or other). It was quite warm, in the sixties, and I removed my coat, figuring to sit on it while Secret grazed. As I went down on one knee, I knew immediately that knee had landed squarely on my camera.
When I turned it on, I saw that I'd ruined the LCD screen. I then took the movie of Secret grazing (a couple of entries down) to see if the camera still worked. Obviously, it does.
However, I can't preview pictures now, or delete them from my camera (I can delete them from the card, VIA computer). I can't change settings, because you read the settings on the LCD screen. All I can do with it is point and shoot.
So I'll soon be buying a new one exactly like my old one, only it will be 600 megapixels rather than 400. I'll use the old one for horseback rides, motorcycle rides, and other places where it gets tossed carelessly about.
I'm really hoping the same battery packs and cards will work in the new one. Anybody know?