I have MS and a couple of other medical issues, including a severely injured knee with nerve damage down the leg. All of that leads to mobility issues and a high risk of falling. For various reasons, I had no interest in the Apple Watch until fall detection (and the EKG/advanced heart monitoring stuff) was announced, but with that, I realized it could be of great benefit to me, as I live alone. I’ve had a couple of bad falls when I was alone, and the Watch was announced right when I realized I had to be proactive. Last night, I fell pretty hard, thanks to a minuscule crack in the sidewalk. I’m scraped and bruised, and will be hurting for a while, but fine. The good news? The Apple Watch did exactly what I bought it to do, detected my fall, and asked if I needed help. I dismissed the call, and then it asked if I had actually fallen, or if it was a false alarm. This morning, I remembered to check my Health app, and there it was: 1 fall. This will also help me track falls for my appointments, which I hadn’t previously thought of. Adrenaline is a funny thing: it looks like I dismissed it within a few seconds; it felt much longer. I’ve since found many other great uses for the watch, but honestly, this alone is worth it for me.