I'm debating between these two things for a Christmas present. First off, I am quite aware that they aren't exactly the same things, but I can't afford to ask for both of them from my girlfriend. I like the Paperwhite because I like to read a lot, be it on print or on my iPad right now, and the thought of having a dedicated reader that has absurd battery life sounds up my alley. On the other hand, I also like the Nexus because it's another ecosystem I would love to mess around with. In essence, it would be something I can tinker with and explore other apps or features with. Currently, I only have one book I bought digitally from Amazon, and instead, I have a bunch of OCR'd books in txt or ePub format in my external hard drive. I can see myself buying books off of amazon, or other non-DRM formats. I am also aware that there is a Kindle app for both iOS and Android, so I can read books bought off Amazon or ebooks converted for Amazon on pretty much any device. However, the idea of a dedicated reader is just as appealing. Thoughts?