Okay, I was just watching The One Show (which will only mean anything to any Brits out there) and they were discussing whether e-Books would catch on or not. This is what I think: in principle it's a good idea, but I think they've missed the point of a book a bit. All the designs I've seen so far have tonnes of buttons on them more akin to a PDA. A book has an excellent user interface already, so your best bet is to mimic it as closely as possible. My ideal e-book would be like this: 1)Two screens that fold over together (like a book!) to encapsulate the text right to the edges with a hard border that brings it up to standard paperback size rather than just one screen, which I think is too alien to hook avid bookworms. 2)At the bottom, just to the left and right of the fold, 2 buttons, 1 to go forwards and 1 to go backwards a page (operated with your thumb that naturally sits on the fold when holding a paperback. A double click on the forwards or back with your thumb put you forward 10 pages and a triple click 100 pages. 3)Two extra buttons to bring up the library selection and select (scroll with the forwards and back that is already there). Other than that, what do people feel about ebooks in general?