Friends, My wife has begun trying to talk me into a Kindle as a Christmas gift. The more I think about it, the more I like the idea of having a lot of books with me while I'm out of the office each day. I'm considering the new Touch with 3G. My question is this: I don't know anyone who has actually used one of these things. Are good reformed commentaries available for Kindle for free (i.e., Calvin, Gill, Henry, Poole, etc.)? I've got several Puritan books on the Kindle for PC app already. I suppose it could conceivably assist my sermon preparation? Or is the device clunky and unhelpful for that level of study? Would it be practical for accessing my seminary notes? They're in MS Word. It seems that you can put your own files on these devices. Also -- are these devices any good for actual web browsing (by this I mean, if I'm out visiting the hospital and realize that I have 15 minutes to wait until I can see the church member, could I reasonably use Gmail or visit the PB?) Is it possible to look up driving directions? How about accessing an apologetics website like CARM, or a page like Monergism, or PuritanLibrary? And I saw that Amazon is now blocking 3G web browsing...so (I think) I'm asking whether these sites are accessible & usable via Wi-Fi. (I don't have a smartphone, nor is owning one in the foreseeable future, so I'm trying to have some idea of functionality). Did a fair bit of research today and seem to be getting conflicting opinions. I'm sorry if these are dumb questions. My in-laws are the ones who are really behind this idea, and I don't want to be a poor steward of resources. So, as I am a pastor, I figured I'd ask other pastors. I'd value any advice or answers to the above questions. Thanks in advance.