Does anyone really need a fly box that is waterproof? If it was that means water can't get in, but it also can't get out. Put a fly back that is even a little wet and it creates a high humidity environment to rust all your hooks.

I don't know about you, but I don't usually take a dip with my flyboxes. If it is raining, my wet jacket goes on over my vest or pack. So I don't see a need for a waterproof box.

Does anyone else hold my view? or am I the only one? Just seems that most of the newer boxes coming out state they are waterproof more than once, so companies must see that as some sort of selling point. I just don't get it.