After getting clipless pedals fitted to my bike a couple of months ago, I now have clipless shoes to go with them after dropping the right suggestions in the right directions before Christmas. Oxymoronically, this combination now results in my feet being firmly clipped to the pedals for better pedalling (the 'clipless' refers to an earlier attachment method before these things were invented). For now my cycling accessory world is complete. After a couple of rides the noob look is already worn off:
I find the action of clipping in oddly reassuring. After a couple of rides with them I am not quite used to the sensation, but have yet to fall over due to forgetting to unclip before coming to a halt. (This is a rite of passage for clipless initiates apparently).