I was all ready to write a 4-star review until 20 minutes ago.
I fired up the Kindle and saw some new content had arrived for the Onion (which happens once or twice per day). Upon opening the first story, I saw they had addressed the #1 problem I had with the service and it pushed the review up to 5 stars: they are now including pictures.
I know it doesn't seem like much, but it really adds to the humor. Previously, I'd read the articles on my Kindle while away from the computer... and then I'd end up going to the website so I could see the picture that I assumed should be there.
There have been a lot of complaints in these reviews about improper formatting, space between words, etc. All of these things have been worked out for a few weeks now, so you don't need to worry about that. I've subscribed to a few blogs/magazines on my Kindle and I'd say that the Onion is now some of the best-formatted content available. I'll post a few screenshots to show what it now looks like on my Kindle 2.
If you tried it before and you were unhappy with it, I urge you to try it again. If you wrote a negative review and your concerns have been addressed, please check it out again and update your review accordingly (if it changes your mind).
Fans of The Onion can now subscribe on their Kindle and be happy with the content they receive.
EDIT: I have uploaded a few screenshots of how the Onion content looks on the Kindle 2. You can see them under user photos at the top.
AMAZON: you might need to find a different way to manage reviews of things like this... it isn't a product, it is a service. Some of the "most helpful" reviews are over a year old. The service has since adjusted and updated so those reviews are (at least partially) no longer accurate... yet those are the first (and possibly only) reviews that a new user will see.