I guess that the first reviewer is correct: that for one dollar more per month you may access all of the Star-Telegram on the computer.
However, I look at it a little bit differently. When I am traveling, with my Kindle, it is very nice to be able to read the Kindle edition of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, whether you are in an airplane, or sitting on a porch overlooking a lake.
True, no classified ads, cartoons or coupons, but it appears to have most of the written content. Mind, it IS the Star-Telegram, so it is not like the newspaper suddenly improves in quality simply due to being on a Kindle. However, I like to read many of the opinion articles, and they even have letters to the editor and the `jeers and cheers'.
Due to frequently traveling I was often unable to read the Star-Telegram. Now, with the Kindle edition, I may do so. I am even contemplating cancelling the paper edition and going solely with the Kindle edition.
My biggest difficulty has been in deciding how many `stars' to award the Kindle edition of the Star-Telegram. For the paper edition I would give `three' stars. I guess due to the convenience of having it on the Kindle, I will give it another star, hence four.
UPDATED November 17, 2011: The Star-Telegram on the Kindle Fire is excellent! Much easier to navigate between sections, turn pages, and even has some colored photographs. Plus, the Fire edition has some items I did not notice on the old Kindle version, such as a listing detailing who would be on what talk show that day (from Wendy Williams to Jon Stewart).