It sounds like Bookripper is more interested in an e-organizer than an e-reader.
IMHO, the Kobo is a best-of-breed e-reader, and there really aren't any good e-libraries available yet.
I'm also curious what it is that Bookripper wants to do with several thousand books on an e-reader. If the issue is research, almost any mobile computer will search and organize information a lot better and faster than any e-reader.
Last edited by EldRick; 11-06-2012 at 04:14 PM.