I'm not specifically asking about DRM removal, and I plan to purchase the books in question, so tsk-tsking will be ignored. If you *only* have the Kindle app, and not an actual Kindle, is there any way whatsoever to get to the files of the books you have purchased? I want to legitimately purchase some ebooks from Amazon, but I don't like the Kindle app's inability to change the font style (and other stuff). Where are those files actually stored? After some reading it seems like if you have a physical Kindle you can download the files themselves from your Amazon account page directly to your computer, but I get the sense that's not true if you only have the app. And when I look at the free ebooks I've 'bought' from Amazon on my account page, the only option is to deliver them to the iPad. Again, I am not asking about DRM removal, I am only asking if there is any way to get the actual file you have purchased from Amazon. I'm guessing it's all done completely 'behind the scenes' by design, but I thought I'd ask before I give up.