First look at your key, then your windows and finally your door frame. If your windows are made of glass or door frame of wood, then don't bother with extravagant locks. As a locksmith, I do appreciate selling high priced locks, but always inform my customers that forced entry is primary means of entry. (A chain is as strong as it's weakest link.) Most burglars are not picking locks. Yes, lock bumping has been around for a long time....my suspicion is that locksmiths brought it to light to sell more expensive locks.
A burglar doesn't have the knowledge to look at locks and say it's not pickable(generally).(they're more worried about it being kickable)
If a thief is looking at your place and has that knowledge of locks....then you have some fantastic and expensive stuff. They aren't coming after your flat screen tv.
High security locks are used more widely in Europe than US, either European criminals are more sophisticated, or Americans are more practical. There are steps that can be taken to strengthen a wood door and wood frame....but windows still need bars if you want any level of security.
We sell high security locks primarily as a means of key control, with pick resistance as a secondary concern.