Thanks Solicitous. I had a look at the ecoreader and they look exactly the same and seem identical to the astak. But just to be thorough I went back and had another look at the kobo and kogan.
Kogan: 6inch, Eink, leather case Exp. memory, lots of file formats incl PDF, MP3, wifi - $189.00 Some reviews said you can't bookmark??? Many reviews said it had glitchy software, and was slow for page turns etc?.
Kobo: 6inch, $129 approx, exp. memory, mulit file format. No case?
Couldn’t view the specs in regards to PDF reflow for either one, or whether either had ability to have subfolders for your books – I don’t want to have to troll though 2000 odd books looking for the one I want – I want to be able to sort them into subfolders like sci-fi/classics/nonfiction etc. Can anyone help with that info?
All in all - if I want an ereader that is able to support (well) non-drm files and has good pdf reflow, exp memory, which would be the better one to choose: the ecoreader?