Good morning all. I'm trying to get a head start on a birthday gift for my old man. No offense to the old-timers in the forums, but seniors can be tough to shop for--they've often got all of the material things they want already, and can be resistant to adopting otherwise new..."stuff". My father has no mobile phone, doesn't want one, and has endured several failed attempts by his family to force one upon him. Including a Jitterbug. Generally no interest in computing, but he's taken well to the Xfinity X1 voice command features. However, for his 70th birthday, we got him a second generation iPad. He loves it, and uses it almost daily. It's the perfect device for him, although I can tell he is confounded by software updates. He's got no third party apps, no real interest in them, and uses the device for precisely one thing, and one one thing only: Safari. And that's perfectly okay--it's a way for him to do the odd Google search, check a cinema showtime, read a news article, etc. That was a long pretext to a simple question. I want my father to take advantage of some of the health-related devices to help keep him active. My mother is far more tech-savvy, is slightly younger, and loves her Fitbit--even does competitions with her colleagues. I'd like for my dad to get on board with something like that. A simple tool to help keep him as active as he can comfortably be. Have any of you had any experience in your own lives with this sort of gifting? Any success or suggestions? Best wishes to all for a happy new year.