Running an unlocked bootloader is quite risky assuming someone has physical access to your phone.
It's extremely easy simply to put it into fastboot mode, flash a recovery (cwm/twrp) and then adb will provide root access to all data.
This is mitigated by encrypting the device, however, I haven't been successful in doing this (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=48848592) on this particular phone although it works without any issues on nexus phones.
For the people with unlocked bootloaders, do you simply don't care about someone getting physical access or is there anything that can be done?
Also, did someone manage to successfully encrypt the phone (using the standard settings -> security -> encrypt phone) or is everyone running unencrypted?
Having a remote wipe capability is next to useless assuming the thief will power off the phone immediately (before you have a chance to issue the remote wipe).
An unlocked bootloader is mandatory for running Cyanogenmod so that's that.