After a few weeks with e-books, I never want to touch paper again. When there's a new book I want now, I'm going to opt for the digital version over the analog every time.
I'm a convert. I've seen the light, and it's coming from the white glow of my e-reader apps.
I fought ebooks; I love REAL books. Libraries and book stores are like home to me. And, initially, I hated the Kindle. The stupid forward and back buttons hurt my fingers.
Then came the iPad, and the Kindle app for the iPad.
Now, I resent print books. I resent waiting for them to arrive, and I resent their bulk when they do arrive. For me, the best part of ebooks is not having to store them anywhere. They're ready when I am; I don't have to hunt for them all over the house.
Not only are ebooks easy to store -- they're in my phone and on my iPad, so they take up no physical space -- I can adjust the print size on the "page."
For me, ebooks are much better than print. If you had told me that even three years ago, I wouldn't have believed you.