"Frozen Lemons"1.0 starson by MEShields
Pros: Convenience, ease of use
Cons: Freezes freezes freezes freezes
Couldn't figure out how to remove content
Freezes freezes freezes freezes
Summary: I waited for 5 months for the Nook and was excited with the updates - too bad they stink... Been through 2 in the last month - were they both lemons? Don't think so. The first Nook froze completely (nothing, not even the power button on top, would work) when the battery was low, but I wouldn't have considered it "dead" - the store popped off the back, took out the battery to reset it. This same Nook froze again when I was switching from or to "airplane mode" - still had at least 15% left on the battery - is this a "dead battery"? Don't think so! B&N gave me a new Nook. This second Nook froze again, this time with PLENTY of battery life! Again, it was when I was switching TO "Airplane" mode in order to conserve the battery. I began peeling off the back panel and it reset itself. A week went by and I wanted new content so I needed to turn off "Airplane" Mode and you don't have to guess what happened. Froze solid with 39% battery life. At least the folks at the B&N store were helpful - they replaced the first one with no hassle, and with this second one, refunded my cost and, since they had no way to refund what I paid for on-line content, they gave me a hard copy of the one book I had not yet read.
I do NOT recommend a Nook - you just may be left frozen out of it.