Summary: I purchased this a couple of years ago because of the screen size and number of supported file types as well as the library lending capability. I used it for about 4 months all told before buying a Kindle (which I had strongly resisted). The only problem I had with it was the glare off the touchscreen which resulted in extremely limited viewing angles as well as decreased screen contrast.
Summary: I got this about two years ago, and it saved my butt in class. I had a kindle 1, then got a Kindle DX, which has a huge screen and does the text-to-speech thing (which is great for Kindle books). However, the DX is truly hard to carry around. The Sony Daily edition is the perfect size to read PDFs (tell you why in a moment) and has two cool apps. I read a lot of PDFs, and the kindle never formats these right. So they tend to be hard to read.
Summary: I bougth this product to can read PDF books. This ereader shows the books just fine, because to me is not a white background. Also it's slow to move to next page or search another book. I think is better a tablet or new kindle, because i prefer read the PDF on my iphone 4.
Summary: bought ths refurbished reader a few weeks ago. Works OK but som trouble with the glare in the touchscreen at some angles. Didn't notice the custom taxes so this went from not so cheap to expensive..if you live in Sweden be aware that you should add an extra 100 dollar at the price. The wifi doesn't work but I didn't expect it to..eg it maybe work but it can't find any store..
Summary: I bought this to replace the Sony PRS-505 I bought after it broke due to being crushed in my bag. The screen of the Reader Daily is nice and easy to read with a large screen and 5 preset zoom ranges. The touch works well but the default setting for the page turn gesture is backward from how I turn pages, once I changed the settings it became very easy to use one handed using my thumb to turn the pages. The reader remembers your page for multiple books.