Honestly, I think they should make the firmware compatible with other kinds of partition formats (besides FAT32). FAT32 gets fragmented very easily. They should let us Linux users use Ext2, 3 or 4 if we want (then fragmentation wouldn't be a problem, although it wouldn't work on Windows anymore without a special program, but that's okay by me). Actually, it'd probably be better (for the Kindle's health, I mean, and not for convenience) over all if they made it the default and then just made a special Amazon file manager for the Windows Kindle to use the partitions.
Last edited by kanesa; 08-13-2011 at 03:35 PM.