If you walk through a parking lot and see someone left their headlamps on, and you are in a rural area, and no one around and the battery is dying (this is an older car), would you turn off the headlights? Some would, some wouldn't. In the past, I would in a heartbeat, now, today with things as they are, I am not so sure (especially after reading some of these posts!). Suppose the person shows up and thinks I was trying to steal their car? I would immediately show them how warm their headlamps are and I would also tell them to turn them on to see how dim they now are. By the way, I have some jumper cables, I will make sure you can start your car BEFORE I leave you alone here in this parking lot all by yourself. See? I'm easy to get along with. If I see someone on my land, a resonable explanation from them would be fine with me and we would each be on our merry way, I would even wish them good luck at getting a big buck. I had a game warden for a neighbor that I met up with right in the middle of my property during deer season. My reaction to him? Feel free to hunt on my property whenever you want. Robbing someone is a bit different than accidentally crossing the corner of their property that is not marked in any way, shape or form. If I saw a tree stand, I would not go into the tree stand, just like I would not enter someone's home! Sitting in someone's living room when they are not home, grabbing a soda from the refrigerator and watching TV in their living room is a JUST a tad bit different than accidentally crossing over their land that is 1/2 mile from their house and does not have any markings at all on it, whatsoever. If you don't want people accidentally crossing over your land, then perhaps you should do what a friend and I did with his 80 acres. We put up about 400 signs so there would be NO WAY someone could say "oh, I didn't see any signs!" In the thickest woods, the signs were maybe 3' apart! May I add that the state in which I reside makes it mandatory to REGISTER ANY AND ALL posted land with the Town Clerk. Signs could be all over the place, however, if you have not registered your land as "POSTED" with the town clerk, those signs mean absolutely nothing. In this state, try shooting someone on land that is "not properly posted" and guess who goes to JAIL? I'll give you a little hint. It certainly would NOT BE THE HUNTER. For those of you comparing accidentally crossing someone else's property with "camping out" in their living room -- if you are driving along in a neighborhood and realize you are supposed to be going the other way, would you use someone's driveway to pull into to turn around? If the answer is no, then I don't believe you. If the answer is yes, then why are you pulling onto someone's driveway whom you do not even know?