Jan Van Quirm wrote:
Setting fire to books is the
most heinous crime in civilised cultures
worse than murder, torture, and rape.
As for "invasion of privacy", no doubt you have to agree to give Amazon access to your kindle in order for them to send and/or update the files you buy.
On the other hand, if they delete files without the kindle owner's permission, that means that they are taking a position of responsibility (unlike eBay's official stance) and should therefore hold themselves accountable for the money that was fraudulently charged through them.
The scrolling's probably not too bad. At least you wouldn't need to go hunting for your bookmark (I can never seem to keep track of mine). The thing I don't like is the effect of the screen on your eyes. I love my laptop, but I can tell that it's ruining my vision (again).