I was thinking that we'd end up with quite a bit of damage, sort of like those movies and shows where people are wading through muck that used to be their homes. I was also wondering how much it would cost to repair or replace things that were damaged. But, after reading about the categories of hurricanes, those that really do a lot of damage like shown in movies are typically category 2 or above. Iselle was 'just barely' a category 1 hurricane, based on the wind demarcation [74 mph is the line where a storm becomes a hurricane]. Plus, we had no idea about the gusts of wind and where they might occur.
Hurricane Julio is currently north/northwest of the islands and is classified as a category 3 hurricane. Luckily, we'll probably just get some winds and rain from it, but not the high gusts of wind that were predicted with Hurricane Iselle.
Mother nature certainly can wreak havoc with us humans! It was amazing and awe-inspiring in a way to watch the trees being whipped about in the wind, and feel the movement of the wind buffeting our home. However, very glad it has passed and we are little worse for wear!