aloha! i bought U2's album, and I was utterly shocked and giddy when it said that there is a free digital booklet. I figured that...well, the capacity of my brain didn't help me in imaginating what a free digital booklet was, so when I bought it, and saw that it downloads into your music library as a PDF, I was stoked. As I'm nearing my 1,000th purchased song, I would never think of buying an actual CD. Having an actual copy of the CD insert [which would be the advantage of buying an actual CD] was never a big lost for me. I was already happy that the songs that I bought came with a cool cover album. It made me wonder if other artists/labels would follow in PDFing a digital booklet. I understand making a digital format might take more work for the producing company, and might end up taking space on our HDs, but would digital booklets be beneficial for albums on iTunes. Imagine, if that were offered, say as an incentive in buying the whole album (vs. single purchases) would more people buy albums on iTunes than just songs? For me, instead of previewing the songs of the album [How to dismantle an atomic bomb], I was so excited to see what the free booklet was, I bought the entire thing Even when I opened my booklet, I gave it just a quick glance before returning to my music to jiggle my booty. Are digital booklets the new great feature of digital music?