But those ADT/Broadview commercials bug the shit out of me and I think provide a false sense of security. In case you haven't seen it here is one of them: YouTube - Broadview Security : The Next Generation of Brink's Home Security : Commercial : "The Ex" After a woman who is totally oblivious to her surroundings goes into her house, some dude that was stalking her kicks in the front door, the lady is startled and yells, the alarm goes off, the dude just stands there as the lady runs to the ringing phone, the dude takes off like a track star and the lady breathes a big sigh of relief when the Broadview guy on the phone says the police are on the way... Because that's what ALWAYS happens. I mean everyone knows you are suddenly impervious to rape, murder or a grab and dash when the alarm is going off, and even more so when you have a phone in your hands... never mind it takes 5 minutes for the police to get there. If it were me, that fucker would get two .45 ACP's to the chest and one to the head. Problem solved... no need for a fancy alarm. That is real security. They bug me... What say you?