My PS3 was stolen from my apartment yesterday while I was at work. And as bad as it sounds, I luckily had it set to automatically sign in. AND I left CoD: MW2 in it. The deputy sheriff sounded surprisingly uninterested even given the fact that I had nearly $400 worth of electronics stolen and there was no forced entry (obviously a maintenance worker or other employee). After filing a police report, I gave it some thought and started to furiously browse forums, sites, and calling customer service to see if Sony could locate it via IP address, MAC address, or serial number. Without a doubt, customer service gave me the run around saying the authorities could find it and it was out of his area of help. Then a friend called and said whoever had it now was currently playing CoD. I was excited! Now I have a lead and a time that it was being used. With the IP address it can be located and taken back. So I'm basically asking can Sony release that information after being called by the police and ultimately be returned? Has this ever happened to anyone here? This is very frustrating given the fact that he completely overlooked my roommate's XBox 360 (go figure), MBP, mini, and other LCD TVs. It is as if he walked in, picked it up, and walked out. Even locked the door behind him.