So with all the new types of e-readers out there (Kindle, Sony, Kobo, Nook etc) , I'm finding there's a TON of misinformation about using them to get e-books. I just bought my husband a "Kobo Glo" e-reader and the guys in the electronics store INSISTED that I had to buy e-books from the Kobo store in order to upload them to the device. It wasn't possible to get them onto the device from any other retailer. T' isn't true I tell you! Adobe has their "Adobe Digital Editions" program that anyone can download free from the Adobe website and it makes getting .epub files onto any .epub format e-reader (that's most of the e-readers I know about EXCEPT for Kindle which will only read .mobi files) a snap. My husband actually finds it much easier to get books onto the device with the Digital Editions program rather than directly from the Kobo store! Does anybody else who uses e-readers have the same issue?