Originally Posted by RedRoverJ
Agreed. I bought my Kobo mainly due to the price, as I am a new adopter and didn't want to invest too much into an eReader. As it turns out, I love it and now that the Nook has dropped in price, I kind of regret not holding out for the price war.
I don't -- it wasn't a lot of money and using the Kobo has clarified for me exactly what I want from a reader. As a gadget freak I'm quite surprised not to miss the 'extras' and just read the books. It's such a different thing from a phone or computer or similar piece of technology that it's very hard to decide what you need before using one...