Originally Posted by jswinden
So-called professional previewers are what I call "jacks of all trades but masters of none." These guys and gals like to be known for being hip and up to date on everything labelled as a gadget. Most of them probably don't even own an eInk reader much less use them enough to know what is important for us to hear about in reviews.
Most reader reviews leave out is how good the software is, how good the overall experience is with the software and they don't compare the full experience if they do compare against other reader(s). This is rather important. The hardware can be great, but if the software isn't so good, then the reading experience won't be satisfying.