Originally Posted by GeoffC
problem is too many less-savvy folk are buying drm'd books without being aware of the consequences ....
It depends what your reading goals are, of course. If you're the type of reader who buys cheap paperbacks, reads them, and then throws them away, then DRM is very likely not going to be an issue for you. It's an issue for the book collector who wants to buy an e-book and then re-read it 10 years later (or the person who buys an e-book but doesn't get around to reading it for years).