I was at a supermarket late last nite (10pm) and as I drove up, there was a huge amount of broken glass on the EV charging spots that were installed just 2 months ago. a model 3 guy was there, very upset since it was his car that had 2 windows smashed ;( the usual rear triangle that is not alarmed (tesla, you farked up that one, for sure!) and I guess the thief couldn't just do the usual thing of flipping down the seats to 'inspect' what's in the trunk so he broke the large rear door window, as well! ;( I asked him if he had sentry mode turned on; he didn't know much about it so I told him to get a thumbdrive, etc. the thing is, if you are broken into and the thief knows about our cars, its pretty quick and easy to yank out any storage devices plugged into the usb ports and take them, so that there won't be any recording of him breaking in. what good is sentry if the media is stolen during the break-in event? so, I'm wondering what we can do about that. has anyone tried to run an extension wire and hide its location, or remotely store some usb storage device elsewhere in the car? I'm now thinking about something along these lines. I don't have nearby wifi access, else that might be the better way (to keep streaming data from a local rasp pi in the car; but I can't count on that and that won't help if I'm parked at work or somewhere out shopping). I really want something that is going to be too time consuming for the bad guy to remove. or, just burying it inside something that he would never think to look in (again, time constraint). has anyone done any work in this area or had thoughts about this?