Vid, I am not doubting that you can pick a loose lock faster than I can drill one out, but would someone please post a video of picking one of these locks at this rapid speed.
I conceptually get the idea of loading/tensioning up the lock cylinder and pushing each pin/wafer until they each reach the sear line, but I have never seen it done in a prompt manner and with common tools I have laying around.
For me I just have the cordless drill and a sharp 3/8" bit ready to go. I have a gravel driveway, so I just pull the pin out of my vehicle and drill the coin door so the chips go into the gravel (a no cleanup required mess), if I get lucky the backbox key is inside on the coin door, if not the backbox lock gets drilled next.
It is no exaggeration to say that I can drill the lock in under 10 seconds if my drill is charged and the bit is sharp. I figure even if I could pick the lock I still won't have the key for the lock and will end up throwing out the lock, so drilling it is no loss to me.