Now that I'm done cussin' at the software (which was doing what it was supposed to, I just didn't realize that), I have some time to reflect.
First off, 15 and 20 meters were awesome. 10 meters stunk for me - lots of calling from CA, but nobody was hearing my 25 watts from Ohio. 40 meters looked good as well. More on that in a second.
I netted 960 points in 40 QSOs. Two new DX - Cuba and the UK. One #WATwitter - @VA5LF.
I started on 20 and got several. Went to 10 (I think I got one Q there), went to 15 and tore it up. Back to 20, found a few new. Jumped to 40. On my 3rd QSO on 40 my rig quit. Just quit. I thought it had folded back (like it had high SWR). So I turned the rig off and back on. The rig lit up for a split second before dying again. Tried it again, same result. Again. Again. Put my hand on the heat sink on the back. I did NOT yell "ouch!" (or anything of the sort). It was warm, but not hot. Did the same to the power supply, and the same result. I unplugged everything and took the rig over to the bench and removed the covers. Nothing looked burned or bad, but I couldn't see in the finals. Figuring that's where the problem would be, I uncovered the finals. Nothing.
So I replaced the bottom cover and moved the rig aside and got the power supply. I tried to pull a pass transistor off the back, but after trying to pry it off with a knife I realized it was soldered on. So I replaced the screws on the pass transistor and plugged it back in to try and put a load on it. After plugging it in at the bench and turning it on, the transistor that I was trying to pry popped from the location I tried to pry it from.
So at least I know I have a bad pass transistor. Maybe two. The rig condition is unknown. I'm going to get a battery and hook the rig to it and see if the rig runs. I honestly don't want to hook my Astron PS to it, as I don't want it to blow if there is something wrong with the rig.