Do you prefer to read ebooks digitally or on paper?
I've been printing books in the past, it was hard for me to read of screen. But i'm fairly addicted to my Kobo ebook now.
I use both - books and kindle. When I'm travelling I prefer Kindle and when I'm at home, a book.
I prefer physical books since I spend most of my day on a screen. I like to "feel the paper" in my hands too, rather than holding a screen. But I actually never tried a Kindle, I might like it.
Kindle Paperwhite ftw.
Pros over physical books - read in low light, bookmarks, highlighting (notes), consistent font so you don't have to adjust yourself to every book, synced progress everywhere, Goodreads integration