I made a little video just to kinda thank the guy that returned it here, but if you don't wanna watch that's cool. I'll write down what happened just for people like you http://youtu.be/VnYhAOK87I4 Black Friday morning I just got off work (late November) and I noticed I got broken into and my stuff stolen. It was pretty much a smash and grab. I actually had more valuables laying around they didn't take because I guess they were in such a hurry. Most of the stuff they took was petty crap that I was surprised they even bothered to take. But the main thing that really got me was they took my brand new week old iPad Air 2 128 gig! Oh god. I had one good week with it before my beloved iPad was...iPad-napped? So the police come and take my report and even someone from forensics comes out and takes pictures of the scene and fingerprints and all that. But really, the cop was honest with me that although they try to do what they can, it's pretty rare for stolen property like this to be returned. These things can pawned off or sold so fast that recovery can be difficult. So basically, don't get your hopes up on ever getting your stuff back. Great. So now I'm out of a brand new iPad, have to replace expensive windows and get to carry around a newfound paranoia that I never had before that people are out to get me. I just felt so violated and so...unsafe. I didn't even want to buy another iPad for fear of it getting stolen. I was that panic stricken after all this happened. So I gave up hope for getting my stuff back, tried to be a lot more cautious and just went on with my life. And then a couple nights ago I got a voicemail from this guy (the voicemail plays in the video I put up) saying he just bought an iPad off Craigslist and when he hooked it up to his computer my information popped up saying it was either lost or stolen so he wants to get in touch with me to give me my iPad back! I swear...I've never been so shocked and happy at the same time as when I heard that voicemail. I immediately called him back and we talked for a couple minutes and made plans to meet up. Apparently, he bought it from some guy on Craigslist for $200 and knew something was fishy when he got home with it. That's when he found my information and contacted both me and the police station asking to speak with detectives working this case. I felt really bad for him. He offered to return it to me and just eat the loss and I don't know. I felt like he was just as much a victim as I was, so I erased my old iPad mini and brought it with me to go meet him and let him have it, so at least he got something for his lost $200 and all the trouble this has caused. I still haven't recovered my other stuff. The detectives are getting back to me soon on that. We have all the info on the guy that knowingly sold this stolen property from his name to Facebook to home address, so the police are very interested in what he has to say about all this. I'm just glad that I was able to get my stuff back. And so glad I put a password on that sucker and set it to wipe after 10 failed password attempts!