And, I do mean "bug," as in "true bug" rather than "generic insect." I've got it narrowed down that far, based on the piercing-sucking mouth parts, the half-leathery wings folded in an "X" on the back and the long antenna.
I found this largish, interesting critter on the roof of my car this evening, just as I was about to leave work. I put him in a sample jar, brought him home and stuck him in the 'fridge for a while to slow him down, then took him out and photographed him before releasing him in my back yard.
Near as I can come, using my handy-dandy Kenn Kaufman insect guide, is variety of Leaf-footed Bugs, genus Acanthocephala. I can't get any closer, either common name or species.
Anybody want to chime in here?