Clipless are useful, but there are negatives and I'm not talking about falling. I ride clipless on two bikes, other retention systems on others. For me, the negatives include that inescapable fact that your foot is locked into one position over the pedal for the duration of your ride, and I seem to move my feet on long rides to avoid hot spots. If your system doesn't offer much float, your knees may start complaining. And, I seem position my feet a little differently for climbing and sprinting, and with clipless you get one position.
Enjoy the experience, just don't think you need to be a slave to clipless. You might find a different retention systems works even better on a tourer, rando, commuter bike.