I do not exclusively read ebooks, I have too many print books at my disposal at my library to be exclusive. But I do read a lot of books from NetGalley & Galley Grab on my Nook. Here's some thoughts on them:
*I miss being able to flip through a book before I buy. Downloading samples are not the same thing.
*I miss reading the back of the book. Sometimes I download from from NetGalley and then I forget what the book is about. I miss being able to read the back as a refresher (although Houghton Mifflin ebooks put the copy of the back right after the cover so it is quick to look at!).
*I miss being able to flip back to something that I need to re-read to clarify something that happen later. I don't always know what will be important later so I bookmarks really don't help!
*Covers!! Most NetGalley books have the covers, but not all. And the cover looks great when I download, but then I forget what it looked like before I read. I miss that.
How is your ereading experience? What do you miss?