This question relates to the adjacent discussion on mechanical switches being required for deployment electronics, but I didn't want to clutter up that thread. It seems that "accidental sustainer firing", and "accidental deployment charge firing" are being thrown in the same bucket as equivalent dangers. While I'm terrified by the thought of an engine going off at the wrong time, it seems that this is orders of magnitude more serious than a deployment charge accidentally going off. I usually size my charges to separate the airframe assertively, but not violently, and so an accidental deployment shouldn't be a big deal. I've seen a few accidental deployments at the pad, and they were not a big deal, just an embarrassing walk back to the prep area with rocket and laundry in hand. I'm probably missing something. Can somebody school me in the worst case scenarios for bad things that have happened with an accidental deployment, say at the RSO table, the prep area, or while putting the rocket on the pad?