A couple of years ago, the Baltimore Sun was a fine newspaper. About a year ago, Tribune decided to more or less gut the paper. It still covers Baltimore and the region well enough, but there's little national or international coverage. The Monday and Tuesday editions are hardly worth the paper they're printed on. And this is where Kindle is such a magnificent device. Why waste the paper and ink, not to mention the delivery driver's gas, when the paper can be easily read on a Kindle? With a subscription, the paper's right there waiting for you when you wake up; no need to drudge out into the rain or cold. If you're getting the Sun, it might as well be by Kindle. I've seen no discrepancy in what I see in Kindle as opposed to what's in the printed edition; I even get an additional section (Howard County once a week, in addition to Anne Arundel, not that I read that section). By having the Kindle subscription, I also have a sense that I'm contributing to keeping the paper alive by paying for the subscription as opposed to reading it for free online. I hope more people will subscribe one way or another; that's the only way the paper will become strong like it used to be.