Greetings All, I'm an FFL and an NRA instructor in the Detroit Area. I also recently released an iPhone application aimed at safety. Thought this forum may be interested. I have a Free version coming out sometime early this week as well. The app is called SafetyGrid (the Free one is SafetyGrid LITE). The use case is a single button, silent alarm which, in the case of the full version, will automatically call up to 5 of your contacts with a broadcast message, as well as SMS Text messages, Emails and a Post to Facebook wall. (Twitter coming soon). The message status is 2 way acknowledged visually on the device on sent status, acknowledged or problem with delivery. The message also contains a link to your estimated location on a map and the site is updated to allow you to get the most recent information available. Even if the location data is not available, the problem this solves is the message gets out you need help vs reporting a missing person. It's NOT a replacement for 911. It's something that can be used in conjunction with (after calling 911) or in lieu of calling 911 if calling 911 is not possible or safe. For more details you can visit "SafetyGrid..The App that could save your bacon!"*|*SafetyGrid. I introduced the idea to my CPL students and the idea was very well received in that community. Naturally this is also not a replacement for active defensive measures where your life is in immediate jeopardy. Hope you find this informative. Have a Safe superbowl weekend! Regards, Jim PS I have had requests for Android phones and that is in the plans for this year.