My new years eve was goin pretty well. My family was at a house down the street we did the usual traditions (watched the ball drop, watched some fireworks) when my little brother called from a friends house (he borrowed my moms cell phone) that Price's alarms called the phone saying that an alarm was triggered. My dad and my friends dad went up to my house and just missed catching him. He booked it up the street with stuff under his jacket. I sprinted up there shortly after. We went in the house to notice that our alcohal cabinet had been raided but then dropped and my wii had been taken along with one wii-mote, 2 chuks and a classic controller. GH3 was in the disc drive and the guitar controller (with a remote inside) was left beside my couch untouched. With the exeption of the game in the drive the rest were left in the rack across the room. So yeah. the cops came and deployed a dog around the area but found nothing. The dumbass left his tools behind so the cops took those and some dropped bottles for evidence. I took the serial # off the wii box and will be taking that to the local pawn shops. BTW: he left the sensor bar behind. The jerk can have fun playin without that. Hopefully its found. I guess my cube's gonna start seeing more attention. Well this sucks. And i got the wii the day it came out and registered it. Is the warranty still goin? Edit Jan.12 Well guys (and gals). I decided not to give my serial # to pawn shops because the police said that pawn shop owners are jerks and that they will hold stolen stuff in the back and then put it out for sale after people stop looking just to make money. I came home and my mom greeted me with a new one. We were just given some money by my grandpa so they bestowed it upon me for a new wii. Of course i would rather my old one because of all the save files and stuff but whatever. It might be kinda fun to dust off SMG and LoZ:TP again. Ill try to get it online soon and play with some of you chaps. Once again thanks to all of the members who gave me their sympathy. Gracias.