Glad you'll be getting your SUV back.... what a helava story!!!!
When you do begin to fix it back up, I'm sure you'll want add'l security. I once heard a professional car thief now employed as a consultant to the insurance industry talk about stealing cars. He said the best method of deterance was to install a simple "kill switch"
somewhere in the vehicle. This could be togle switch and very cheap like the ones on bass boats. It will stop all amature thieves... the pro may know you have one in there somewhere but may not want to take the trouble to locate it and move on.
However, he said if a "pro" really wants your vehicle and has the time, nothing will prevent him. As an example, he was asked if the were 2 identicle vehicles sitting beside each other and one had a steering wheel bar lock and one didn't, which one would he steal? He said if he wanted that vehicle model, he would steal them both!
Then proceded to break into each and start the engine. Took about 8 seconds on one and 15 seconds on the other. On the car with the steering wheel lock, he simply sawed the steering wheel with a hack saw and the lock simply fell off!
Good luck and safe travels!