I've been looking at this company compared to Lojack. Reasonably priced. ($7.00 or so a month after the first initial year.)
After researching security systems for my Hammer for a while, I decided on Lojack. If you live in a Lojack coverage area, and you actually want you're bike back, it's the way to go I think. The police have the tracking units in their cruisers, helicopters etc, so there's no middle man involved. Report to the police that your bike was stolen, and an alert is sent out to all municipalities that you're bike is stolen, and tracking begins. They have a 24 hour recovery guarantee too, so if you don't get it back within 24 hours, they will refund you the cost of the system(and they still will probably find the bike shortly thereafter, as they claim to have a 90% recovery rate). They say most stolen vehicles are recovered within a couple hours. It comes with a small key fob that goes on your keychain, and if the bike is moving for more than a minute without the keyfob being around the bike, you get a bunch of automated phone calls, txt msg's, emails(one or more, as you tell them which way you want to be notified) to let you know. I know it works, because I headed out one day with my spare key and no fob. I didn't get far before my phone lit up.
The biggest thing for me was that it works on a radio frequency band, as opposed to GPS used by the Fin system, and every other "tracking" security system available. This makes it better for recovering a motorcycle especially, because a GPS signal is easily blocked, whereas radio frequency can transmit through just about anything. Many bikes that are stolen are put right into the back of a covered box truck and carried away. If you have a GPS system, say goodbye to your bike because GPS will not work if there is anything solid over it, like a metal truck roof, or if they put it in a garage.
Not to mention Lojack systems are completely hidden on the bike, while a GPS system antenna needs to have a clear view of the sky, obviously without any sort of metal above it, to work. Where are you going to hide this antenna? Maybe on a Vision you could find a place under some plastic somewhere, but on most bikes it would be real hard to conceal it while maintaining the necessary view of the sky. Any thief worth his salt will spot it easily and rip it out. And the Fin website comparison with Lojack is a bit misleading, as it claims a Lojack is not waterproof and it won't work if battery power is cut, both of which are false. It has a 5 day battery backup built into it, and it's waterproof. I confirmed this with the installer who put it in.
As you can see by this long-winded post, I did my research, mostly because I love my Vic and i've put a lot into it, and if it goes away I want it back. Granted, Lojack is more expensive than Fin, but there also isn't a monthly charge with Lojack as there is with the GPS based services. It's a one time cost that seems worth it to me.