(if this is in the wrong area, please flame away or move it)
What are all you harsh location shooters doing as far as cleaning your r1? We just shot for 3 weeks on the Grand Canyon (the sandy, windy, wet, hot bottom of it, on rafts and on foot) - and before that in dust on mountain bike shoots, blowing snow, etc. We tape over EVERY imaginable, unused port, the gaps around the lens mounts, use covers, etc - but nonstop dust, heat, wind and water do their thing. I send my Canon DSLR's off to Canon to get cleaned now and then, and use the usual sensor cleaning process myself as well as cleaned, dried compressed air for ports, etc.
What about RED? Sensor cleaning (OK, OLPF cleaning) process? Self or factory? What about cleaned, dried air from a compressor (obviosuly not for the sensor area) for the ports, heat sink/fan area, etc?
I emailed my Red Rep, but lets get some collective hive intelligence....