This is a great thread guys - I hadn't thought at all about an e-reader until I finally decided to take a listen to the guy in the "Nook booth" at our Barnes and Noble. He of course had all the reasons why I should do Nook over Kindle, but do any of you know if there's much difference one way or the other? I'm kind of intrigued by the idea now (kinda like being able watch movies instantly with my Netflix ), but I agree with those of you that say there's just something about the feel of a book in your hands. Also, there is no way I could ever not browse in the book store. That is one of my simple pleasures in life. I couldn't give that up to "browse" my Kindle/Nook whatever.