This thread really struck my attention. While I'm not blind, I'm very hard of vision. And I also had the experience of sneaking around my house in the dark, in my desperate attempt as a teenager to stay up past bedtime (being midnight-ish). Its very interesting because it is quite scary at first, or at least I was (and it wasn't just because I might get caught). I was scared I'd fall down the stairs, or spill my drink, and there was also a general fear of the unknown and that I might really need to learn how to do this one day. Well, I spilled my drink probably every time I did this, for the first few weeks. Eventually, I learned how to pour the drink perfectly and how not to trip over my own feet lol. I progressed to the point where I can function perfectly without being able to see, except for two problems. Since I lack a lot of depth perception, I walk into doors and trip on stairs all the time (even with glasses. yay.). And walls. You can often see me in a hallway, dragging my hand on the wall so I don't walk into it. I mention this because I find it hilarious that everyone (except my dad, my stepmom, and my fiance) needs to ask me if I am wearing my glasses, whenever they get in the car and I'm driving. I have driven blind-ish (by necessity! I lost a contact and had to get home somehow) and I'm not sure I could ever do it for real. Talking about a real danger on the road x.x Although I hear they are trying to develop a car so people without vision can drive, since it is otherwise an activity completely vision based?