Diitto for iPad regarding the one star opinion from the Kindle user. We have a magazine that is published only ten times a year, with some nice photographs and OK reviews and articles; however, I don't know what the editorial staff does with their time (I hope they are paid part-time and have other jobs) since the reviews, articles, and galleries are provided by others than the editors; and the photographers don't seem to be able to take interior views, while the editors seem to use photos and graphics so they don't have to provide more content. All the while, more and more modelers may be taking advantage of the many Internet websites that provide reviews, articles, new product and aftermarket exposure, galleries, tips, techniques, and forums -- all for free. I say all this because you would think the publisher and editors would attempt to engender some loyalty in the readers who pay to subscribe to the magazine with its faults, and with no discount for renewing, by making this digital edition free for them, or at least for a discounted amount. Also, on renewal, subscribers could be given a choice of format for one price, with both formats for slightly more. This may help keep subscribers, and recruit new ones, who otherwise would turn to the Internet for the same, or better, content for free. At this point, however, besides charging the subscribers an extra $39.95 for the reader version, as pointed out before, the reader version doesn't even have the same qualities of the print version. Unless you have money to burn, I believe you should forget this purchase, put the money toward a new model, and spend some time on the Internet.