It's designed to avoid having your packages swiped off your porch when you aren't home, but is it too much? Here are the details. 

Amazon has announced Amazon Key, a lock and camera system users control remotely to let a delivery person inside to drop items off.

How it works?

The delivery person knocks, and if you don't answer he/she can unlock your door via the mobile app. Amazon says they run a check to make sure it's the right delivery person and package, and a camera will actually stream to the home owner so you can watch the delivery take place.

There are definitely items I would rather NOT get left outside, BUT I'm torn on how I feel about this. What if my dogs get out? What if there's a malfunction with the camera? Should I give THAT person the benefit of the doubt?

Risky or smart?