"Hate Sounding Like A Broken Record But"5.0 starson by vegetarianwino
Pros: Backlighting, Ease of use, More fonts, More font sizes, Better page margination, built in screen protector.
Cons: You must slide your finger across the screen smartphone style to unlock the device (I don't like touching the screen that much.) The folder "My Files" displays .jpg picture files but says that the device doesn't recognize them (weird.)
Summary: Awesome!!!! This eReader seems to have been designed with people like me in mind. I owned the first generation Nook (wi-fi+3G) version and it was simply my favorite thing. I just about never had the wi-fi or 3G on and I must've only used the mp3 music player about twice in the nearly two years since I had gotten it. I never played Sudoku or chess on the thing either. I did want a backlight though. When the roommates are watching an un-interesting movie in the living room, I would have to pull out my Android phone to read on my Nook app because i didn't want to spoil the theatre-like setting of the living room by turning on a lamp to read.
The backlight of this Nook is perfect. This Nook allows the owner to set the margins of the script from the edge of the page, and has a lot more fonts to choose from. Simply put, I love this thing.
They could've written better directions on how to place screensavers on it though: You must drag and drop a folder containing pictures into the screensavers folder.
This is my new favorite thing! :-)