Which mac theft prevention software is better: Orbicule's Undercover or Absolute's LoJack? Please share any knowledge or experience that is pertinent. Personally, without the experience of using either, it seems to me that Undercover is better, more thought-out software (especially for macs, using mac features like iSight, and paying attention to mac qualities like Open Firmware) that has more potential to save your computer--potential that may not be achieved because of the inexperience of its behind-the-scenes people--and that LoJack is more simplistic software but with people behind it that have more experience in theft prevention and in dealing with the authorities. Specifically, because Orbicule is based in Belgium, I wouldn't think they have many contacts in the US among the police, especially considering police departments are separate. Maybe Orbicule is completely unfamiliar with US laws, or actually different state laws, or whatnot. LoJack is US based and seems to be focused on the US-Canada area, which is reassuring to me. However, these are just speculations. I'd love to hear what you all have to say. Also, LoJack's website is retarded. All those scare tactics are too conspicuous. They need a new publicist (or whoever is in charge of writing the content of the website).