Hi, so I decided I want to get my dad an ereader. He's an avid reader but I know a lot of times he doesn't read certain books because he can't find them at the library or doesn't want to make the trip to the book store. He's self-proclaimed geek and technophobe. Eg: He designs high security networks yet his home computer is an old laptop still running IE6... So I know this is something he would use a lot, but only if it's super easy to use. He's not one who would want tons of features. As long as it's easy for him to get books on the device from home,preferably through wifi or a really straightforward computer software. I've been comparing the kobo to the kindle. I don't think he would use the keyboard on the kindle so I think that's a bit of a plus for the kobo since it's a bit smaller. But apparently the kobo software is a bit shaky. So I'd like your advice, what do you think would fit the bill? I want something that's much more about the reading experience and ease of use than the features. Oh and I'm in Canada if that changes something with some of the services.