Well that was a little scary. I live in a medium sized city in NW PA (Erie to be exact) and just came home to find the back door wide open. I live with my brother and a friend as roommates; my brother is out of town for the weekend and our friend's car wasn't in the driveway. After a few seconds of staring at the open door and trying to think of a legitimate reason for it to be that way, I realized that such a reason didn't exist and I'd better do something about it. Thankfully I did take my weapon along today (a Kel-Tec P11 in a CTAC holster riding on a Liger belt), so I drew and loudly yelled into the house, asking if anyone was there. No one answered, so I went room to room with weapon drawn looking for anything unusual. Thankfully no one was here and nothing seems to have been disturbed, so I think my roommate just left the door open (highly unusual for him). So now I need to have a talk with him about the importance of security and I'm currently EXTREMELY glad that I decided to carry today. I've had this pistol for about four months now and have hardly carried it since I didn't have a good holster or belt. The Liger belt I ordered came in yesterday and seems to be working out well, so I don't intend to leave home without it again. Just goes to show how you don't need to be going to a dangerous area to need a weapon.