We just returned from a wonderful trip, but our last day was certainly a bummer when we retrieved the car from the valet to leave and the GPS unit was gone. It had been there on Saturday night when we went to Downtown Disney, but it was gone Tuesday morning when they brought the car up. There was no forced entry, so the unit was either taken by a valet or the car was never locked, which I find extremely negligent. The valet manager said he'd file an incident report (BTW, he mentioned ours was the second GPS stolen that week) and gave me a number to call. Apparently the valet company is a subcontractor, not Disney employees. I called and they said I needed to talk to a woman named Sherry who "handled" these incidents. When I got hold of Sherry it seemed she never got any incident report from the manager and she informed me that the valet ticket clearly instructed me not to leave valuables in the car, so they had no liability. She gave me the number for the Orange County Sheriff's office to file a report. I realize that it was foolish to leave it in the car, but I really expected a minimum level of care when I left the car with the valet. That includes locking the doors when they park it, just as I would do when I park it. Am I expecting too much?