I have a love-hate relationship with my Kindle. I love that I can carry a lot of books on the plane, so I don't run out. But I hate that I can carry a lot of books on the plane, because it makes it easy for my ADD-like brain to leap from book to book, leaving each unread. I love that it, a Paperwhite, has a subtle built-in backlight, because it makes it possible to read in bed without disturbing T-. But I hate that it makes it so easy to read in bed, thereby distracting me from trying out Stimulus Control Therapy to overcome insomnia (it's 1am and I'm blogging, so go figure). And DRM -- well I just hate that. Overall, I argue myself back and forth as to whether to just embrace Kindle-osity and get reading, or to discard it completely and revert to paper. And until now, I've never been able to settle that argument. Amazon support just helped me do so. And paper won.