http://www.cbsnews.com/news/egyptai...ecorder-cockpit-voice-recorder-mediterranean/ It will be interesting to find out the cause of this crash. I hope the Egyptians don't cover anything up to protect their damaged tourism indusrtry. Seems like news is slow and limited already. From what I have read the wreckage, and the black boxes are in pieces on the sea floor at a depth of about 10,000 feet. The boxes show a lot of damage, as does all the debris, and tiny body parts found on the surface. I am going to say the plane exploded or was hit by a missile at cruising altitude. Don't forget ACARS reported smoke in the electronics bay, smoke in the lav, AND three copilot side cockpit windows compromised. No one ever seems to talk about the windows, but I think that is the sign of an interior or exterior explosion from either a bomb on board, or a missile fired from below. We will see soon, I hope.