What I am concerned about is kids. I don't have any kids but friends do, and sometimes they'll bring them over. I remember being a generally well-behaved kid but I did sometimes do things I shouldn't, like fool around with locks and paper clips. So when I saw the video of the researchers basically opening some of the safes the same way a bored kid might, I start double guessing the assumptions I made for a purchase I was about to make.
Exactly - it's one thing to realize that *no* lockbox is impregnable, given a thief with enough time and appropriate tools. But when the "tool" is a soda straw and ten seconds is "enough time", then I'm going to look at a different storage container.