I have the Dallas Morning News Kindle edition and only the Kindle edition. I was born in the area but moved away to South Texas so it is a rare occasion when I get the paper edition. So, that being said, I really can't compare the Kindle to the paper and tell what is missing and what is not. I can tell you that there are no comics or anything like that. Really most of the "fluff" is gone and all the is left is generally Global, State, and Metro news; sports; and Business. Which, is perfectly fine with me...those are the things I read the paper for anyway.
I took a star away because there are some minor formatting issues. One of the most common I have seen is that sub-headings within the article are not bolded and are often no indented, so on occasion, I will become confused when I read a sub-heading and mistake it for part of a sentence.
Other than that, it is a great Texas paper for a very respectable price.