Originally Posted by RHWright
Even if they did drop .azw as their standard and went to a form of .epub (like most of the other big players), they seem fully capable of competing on service, pricing, and selection. I'm not a big fan of their hardware, but the service and pricing factor can be very persuasive in that equation.
Do you really think the pricing factor will be sustained? After a while they are going to have to stop selling below cost. I do not see how they can survive. Just like the housing crisis, the bubble will burst sometime.