It's great to be eco-friendly and read the paper on your kindle but kindle papers have some major drawbacks by design and the price should be reflective of those limitations. No coupons, drastically less photos, inability to cut out articles to save in the real world are just a few but major reasons why the kindle version shouldn't cost as much as the print edition. Sure Amazon takes a small percentage of the sale but it's still significantly less then the cost of purchasing materials, printing, and delivery of an actual paper. The most I would ever pay for a kindle paper is $4.99 a month. For now I will just make due with my Sun Sentinel Sunday delivery that I subscribed to for $10 a year. Thats just 19¢ a paper. Thats a printed and delivered paper! Why should the kindle edition cost 32¢ each??