I recently had to pull my light out due to water leakage. I replaced the bulb last year with a LED bulb and was VERY careful on how I put it back together....including a new gasket. However, it leaked anyway and now I have to buy another LED bulb ($$). Personally, I think the whole gasket/seal design on the light is flawed, but that is just my opinion. I have considered applying a small bead of silicone to the glass lens and then attaching it to the fixture. I'd let it dry before applying the gasket and tightening. I know this would make it tricky to remove later, but nothing a razorblade couldn't fix. Any thoughts?