Please know that I completely respect your right to lock your rig to the extent you see fit. It is your time to engage and disengage said devices, pay for them, or the loss of your rig in their absence, and assess the security risks in the venues you take it. Depending upon the age of your rig you may (smartly) have decided to remove the comprehensive insurance coverage on it that might give you book value for its loss.My JK has the following : (a) Club ; (b) stainless steel chain anchored to seat extender and wrapped around steering wheel and club , and padlocked ; (c) Tuffy hood lock ; (d) wheel locks ; spare inside , and heavy-duty bicycle chain lock if spare ever put in trail rack outside ; (e) black card over vin behind windshield preventing dealer giving thief entry to my vin ; (f , g , and h) various strong means of self-defense within reach .
Theft has happened to others , but not to me . Wonder why ?
Still more, as I digress from the point I seek to make, I laugh at book value--as if it would buy you a replacement rig in the marketplace that might be maintained as well as people like you who go out of their way to secure it, must have no doubt well maintained it since purchase.
That said, and in light of people's well received comments here that theft deterrence is relative, not absolute, personally speaking, I'd seek one, maybe two devices tops, on top of FCA's security, that offer me the biggest security bang for the buck. The frequency of my access to it, and its lessor value than, say, securing enriched uranium, would likely motivate my laziness.