We just got back from Disney World, where we stayed at one of their resort hotels. Last evening, we had a strange experience. Now, for anyone not familiar with their system, you can use a "Magic Band" (wrist band) with all of your info on it. This also functions as your room key. There is a small (maybe 1.5"x3") plastic cover above your door handle/lock. You touch your Magic Band to it, and your door unlocks. Last evening, we left our room to go eat dinner off the grounds. When we returned, the above-mentioned plastic cover was missing from our door, and the circuit board exposed. I touched my band to the board, and the door unlocked. Now, here's where it gets strange. When I opened the door, the plastic cover was on the floor, INSIDE the room about 3 feet. To me, it looks like our lock was somehow defeated, and someone had been in our room (though we didn't notice anything missing). I talked to the manager, who was quick to assure me that we were safe (of course), and he checked the log of entries into our room, and no one had entered while we were gone. I closed the door and checked to see if the cover could have been pushed into the room under the closed door, and there was no way. Does anyone know about these locks, and how easily they can be defeated? I simply can't think of any other explanation.