Hi all... I was watching (again) Panos' presentation of the Surface 2. There is a sequence where he talks about losing the Surface 2. At that point he hands over the Surface 2 (which he claims is/ was his personal device) to Mary Jo (ZD Net). He then says that it is impossible for anyone to break into his device and get his 3-year roadmap because his device is BitLocker enabled. He then picks up a second Surface 2 and shows how all this documents/ desktop/ apps etc. show up thanks to the SkyDrive integration. My question is about that BitLocker part. What exactly did Panos mean? I understand that BitLocker is enabled by default in the Surface 2, but how exactly does Panos get the confidence that his documents are safe? When he hands the Surface to MJ, you can clearly see (or so I think) the tiled interface of Win 8.1, which means signing in (with Panos' MS account). At that point, all that is required is to open any Office App and take what you want. Where does BitLocker play any security role? Obviously, I am missing something, which explains why I am posting this question. Thanks in advance.