I used GoodReader to house all my PDFs since day one of owning the iPad but never really read my PDFs for long term. After downloading some samples from the iBookstore, I fell in love. Fell in love to the point where I purchased some eBooks and would read a book a day. A book a day! This is huge for someone that'll read one or two books a year! GoodReader would mainly just house my PDF files, some of which were eBooks. PDFs in iBooks is nice, but feel spoiled knowing iBooks ePub files can adjust the size of the text.. I'm very curious to see what other people in the MR community think and are doing about this..; whether you're sticking with GoodReader (or other similar app), enjoy PDFs in iBooks or are converting to ePub? - So far, for the past hour i've been using Calibre to convert PDFs to ePub..and so far its worked out okay. Numerous of my 5MB+ PDF files end up at less 500KB ePub files each...minus one that ended up being 65MBs! Probably cause that PDF contained a fair amount of images...but then again, don't images not show up in ePub files? I've also heard of numerous headache filled experiences when converting PDF to ePub, as text sometimes doesn't convert in order...but then again, here I am barely discussing the matter in MR.