"That's because of the hundreds of radar detector models certified for use in the United States by the Federal Communications Commission, the Spectre IV detects all but two. And it's just a matter of time until Spectre engineers succeed in detecting them too."
They are right and it is just a matter of time.
I was very skeptical when a heard about this from an electronic engineering whom work for the government in military. Bascially, any piece of electronics devices dissipate heat and each has a unique heat signature. Especially, the STI is a bit warm in a normal temperature condition.
Thus, IR heat image capture technoloigy is available within the military, the police and fire department. An enginneer could easily go one step further to create a program to analyze all the electronics devices in a car within a close range. The idea is feasible, because the captured IR heat signature image can be enlarge and scan in the computer.
In fact, the US military is already using IR heat detection to check for concealed bombs in recent warfare.
Enjoy your STI while you can. The cat and mouse game will never end. Good Luck!!!