Maybe I'm confused, but it seems to me that we have the technology at the ready but aren't being offered the application that we want. I've seen demonstrations of current GPS tracking capability and it's incredible. I really don't understand why Lojack continues to limit their application to law enforcement only and limited coverage at this point, and would be interested in an explanation of this. Basically, I think that what I would want is a system that would work like this: I put my car in the garage/shop, lock up and set my system to a "monitor" mode. If the car was to move the system would immediately send a text message to my G3 device where I could immediately track it's current position. The way I understand it, most all law enforcement have laptops in the vehicles and are connected these days. So, a call to most any 911 should have them on the trail. Also, the best thing is if I was out of town, say my car is in rural Kansas and I'm in New York on business, I could post the HAMB and say " my car is moving guys, my tracking # is 123xxx, will you local guys please help?" Then, anyone with any Internet connection could track it, move in and find it, the theif......well....disappears unexpectedly....never to steal again, and the car is recovered. Seems like we have the technology but are not being given the product. Am I missing something?