I don't worry about not being able to get back into my stand too much because Im hunting from a ladder stand or am using climbing sticks. If I were hunting from a climber it would be a different story. I could definately see a problem getting back into it. This is why all hunters should take a cell phone with them into the field, and keep it on them at all times. It doesn't do any good to have it in your pack when you are dangling from the tree, or worse, lying on the ground. For those of you who are too stubborn, thinking it takes away from the "real" hunting experience, think of the others in your life. You don't have to even turn it on. But it could mean the difference between coming home or not. The other thing is to look into taking some type of rope that you could use to relieve the pressure on your legs should you find yourself suspended.
My pursuit of a buck of a lifetime is much like the Chicago Cubs pursuit of a World Series...the season ends with a "wait til next year"