Well I have always heard that WPA was of course quite secure but definitely crackable. I finally decided to give it a shot.
Installed backtrack 4 (could not get a handshake on my ubuntu box). I got a handshake in a minute. Well one would argue the job is almost done...

Well, I don't have an extra long key. I thought about using aircrack or cowputty with a 2billion word dictionary. Then thought about using anagrams of hexa keys...
because let's step out for a sec, if someone wants to hack my connection, he has no idea if the pass is a word or something else. To make it simple let's just think it is a 10-character hexa key... who has the computing power to crack it already? I played with crunch and aircrack on a 8-core machine and at 6,000key/s you better be ready to wait for ever...

So yeah... as a personal user I don't really see how anyone around could crack through my connection. I'm happy to post my personal ".cap" file if someone wants to prove me wrong!