I really do not typically lose things, so I really did not think this was a possibility, but I kinda woke up nappy groggy and the thing is so slim and fits in the seat pocket so nicely... anyhow... gone. Still hoping that someone tries to contact me. My email addresses are pretty easy to see in the email app. I even pushed a .pdf called please_return_my_iPad.pdf with my phone number in it to my Dropbox (the only account I have not changed the password on, yet.) Spent all morning changing all of my email passwords and my iTunes and my mlb.com and my kindle and my amazon 1 click and my twitter and my Evernote and every account I can think of. Of course, now that I have lost it, I read that there are a lot of things I could have done to make it easier to locate and that even mobile.me could reset it, even though I have no interest in a mobile.me account. I could have set it so you had to enter a passcode to open it, but, that would have actually made it HARDER for someone to open it and see my 10 email address in the email app. I guess my question is, is there anything else I can do to either push messages to it, or reset it or kill it? I have the box right here with the serial number. Can Apple put a note on my serial number that if anyone tries to service it or whatever that it's not theirs? Or if that serial number joins iTunes not to let it? My number 1 priority is making sure my accounts are safe. After that, I would like to do something to prevent the person who now has it from enjoying it as much. Thanks. I'm kinda bummed, but, it's my fault, so, what can I do? Kindle and iPod app and movies was killin' it on the airplane too If you travel, label the thing with your contact info, and look into the various apps that help you track it down if you lose it. I either need Delta to step-up (I filed a lost claim) or a good Samaritan to emerge.