Orbit determination for maneuvering objects is examined from the perspective of a concerned observer. The objectives of the orbit determination process are to form an accurate post-maneuver orbit as quickly as possible and then to reverse-engineer the maneuver. Several use cases are examined, including impulsive and finite maneuvers employing low-level and high-level thrusting. Space- and ground-based tracking systems are included in the analysis. The use cases are examined using AGI's Orbit Determination Tool Kit software, seeking to establish a generic approach for many kinds of non-cooperative maneuvers. Some general rules of thumb are developed which can be used by orbit analysts and managers alike to predict the best possible orbit recovery rate following a maneuver.