Well, he has been pretty annoyed at me, because I haven't been using it. But it has been so difficult to commit to buying a book on the Kindle. First of all, he works at the library - so I basically give him lists of books that I want to read and he brings them home for me. I do buy books, but at least I always have the option to sell them when I am done with them and I don't want them anymore. With the Kindle, I am stuck with it.
Well I finally purchased my first book: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. I've been wanting to read it for a while, but now, so does everyone else. There were 500 people requesting it at the library, so he couldn't bring it home for me. I haven't taken a look at it yet, because I am saving it for our plane ride. But I hope that it makes me more into the idea of using my Kindle.
It's funny because other digital formats don't bother me. I would be fine if I never bought another CD again, and we've gotten rid of DVDs since we had access to them via Netflix on demand. But books... books are different.
Do you use an eReader? Was it difficult to make the switch from books?