I never really considered too much theft in Tesla or other luxury vehicles as they have pretty good alarm systems. I've had mine for 4.5 years now and I've never had this issue. However, I wanted to highlight the problem to other owners; you may already be aware. Thief smashes the quarter glass (as pictured) and is able to easily pull down the backseat and see if there is anything worth stealing. From there, they will smash the larger glass to climb in and grab it. The whole deal takes less than one minute - I had stepped into a Santa Clara restaurant for less than 2-3 minutes and it was done. For some reason I never really considered this and thought trunk was rather safe. I was lucky, because there was a box in the trunk and they didn't see my laptop I really recommend all of you to keep things in the frunk. Obviously there will be valuables no matter what you do, but less chance of losing things when glass isn't the safety net. On a completely separate note and besides the valuables, getting this fixed is a two week headache. From my research so-far: 1. Part costs 300-400$ new / as per tesla labor guide Body Glass - Rear Quarter - RH Remove and replace 1.552. Tesla does not fix, you need to go to a Safelite/etc. Safelite quote is 2.5 weeks out due to part availability, and quote was 780$3. Insurance useless as it is usually below deductible.