Actually I reading eBooks on tablet pc (I badly need a backlight) and keep my eInk's just as gadgets so I don't have to convert anything
But now the JAP-generated files (with page size corrections what u gave) looks on Reader the same as on Jinke. As for me it's enough for reading however I'll look forward to improve quality on the thin fonts (I have some ideas; probably u can suggest something).
JAP uses XPdf as a PDF renderer; it's not so good than Adobe native products but much faster than ghostscript. You can make XPdf as a native win32 library or command line application. Also take a look to the http://www.the-ebook.org/forum/viewt...?p=65125#65125
. Where are two
russian guys who made lrs2lrf converters, both works many times faster than SONY's dll :-) Also both programs are freeware.