The EVO is in such high demand and low supply that thieves are walking out with fully-functioning display models during business hours! Yesterday, I went to my local Sprint store to purchase accessories for my EVO when I noticed that the two display models were missing. The CSR told me that a guy had snipped the cables during peak hours when the store was very busy and walked out with both phones. That same day, I went to another Sprint store and one of the display units was missing as well. Again, the Rep said it was due to a recent theft. In both locations, the EVO was the only phone stolen. Apparently the thieves are still at large. I am surprised that Sprint isn't able to locate the phones using GPS or even their own "Family locater" technology. What also perplexes me is what the thieves plan to do with these phones once they steal them. The service will eventually be deactivated. And if they try and sell them, wont they be discovered as stolen when they attempt to reactivate? I guess by then, the thieves have taken the money and run. Anyway, the EVO is such a hot and scarce commodity, that people are resorting to desperate measures! Has anyone else seen this happening in their local stores or do I just live in a high crime area (Miami/Ft. Lauderdale)?