So some friends and I had a discussion last night. They had gone to Vegas this summer and left their camera in the room. (At a major Strip hotel.) Her opinion is that the maids take stuff like that home all the time. That there is value in it, especially pawning it. Her mother is in hotel housekeeping, so she has a better perspective in the inner workings than I do. My opinion is that there is too much to lose for a low level employee, especially in a city like Las Vegas. Staff may pick up something like a camera early in their career, but since they already have one and now that cameras are on every phone, I think they would turn it in. And they see all the money to be made by getting moved to higher, more expensive floors. Nowadays there are so many people waiting to get a job in these entry level positions that it would be employment suicide to get fired for stealing a camera and getting on The List for background checks. In short, the risk/reward is too great to take home a product they already have. So what do you think about, specifically, would more than 50% of the Strip maids take home the cameras left in rooms?