I'd guess you guys'd know about it, but it seems a little strange to me. Friday evening we had a lightning strike just outside our place. It knocked out our wired phone service, cause a water pipe underground to rupture, but the weirdest thing is that it damaged (I guess) all the CRT screens in the house (TVs and computer monitor). The phosphors were affected. We've got kind of a rainbow across the screens now, though one of the TVs seems to have "healed" itself a little since then. None of the electronics were "fried." Would this be the electric field around bolt that did this, since the no surge apparently came through out power lines? (That said, did current did wink out for a couple of seconds after the strike.) Thanks.