This is a great idea. I couldn't wait to try it when I got my renewal for my print 7-day subscription, which was going to cost me $250 per year. At $6.99/month, the Kindle edition clocks in at less than $84 for a full year. With just a few days left on my paper edition, I decided to sign up for the 14-day free trial to compare them side by side. They are not the same. I compared the 12/27/2011 edition. Several of the small articles in the City region page were skipped. Some photos were skipped. There are no classifieds, no obituaries, and no comics. Without these three, it's just the TV news in print with no video. The lack of these three items alone is enough to keep me from continuing the Kindle Edition. If I continued it, I would always be wondering if I was getting all of the news. I see no reason classifieds, obits and comics couldn't be included. Obits are just text and a few headshots. The comics are small in the print edition anyway, and they're black and white except for weekends. And to not include "Real Life Adventures", the best comic on the planet, is just a travesty. I'll check back occaisionally, but until they make these fixes, I won't be a Kindle Herald-Leader subscriber. Thanks for reading.