Thank you so much for sharing that !Well with both bikes being sub-600 lbs it was likely that a couple of guys just lifted/scooted them... if you know what you're doing it doesn't take long to lift and load. I had a tracker on the R1, but the service sucked and the battery was always dying. Oh yeah, the tracking company went out of business without letting anyone know, so there is that. Anyway, there are a couple of lessons... 1) a crappy tracker is better than no tracker; 2) get a hardwired tracker with battery backup, it will save you headaches with trying to replace batteries or recharge the tracker; 3) get a tracker with 4G, avoid anything else including 5G (limited coverage and it is probably BS anyway); and 4) look at it as insurance... not paying for insurance is great until something happens. So my next bikes will have trackers (there are more choices now than ever before). I just got a tracker for my Jeep, which plugs into the OBDII slot. As a side note, if you can, get video cameras on where you park your bikes... it won't necessarily stop someone from stealing your stuff, but you will have evidence and a better idea of who and when.I just picked up a wireless security camera set up for sub-$200 with a 1 TB hard drive, which is supposed to be good for up to 50 days of 24/7 vid.