Yes, of course, brilliant move. I spend about $1000 a year on books from Amazon for my Kindle. I might spend $7.00 at a non-Amazon source, and only then because I can't find a particular book at Amazon. So, of course it makes perfect sense to drive me away as a customer because I spent that piddling amount at another store. Amazon clearly does not want the money that I was previously spending in their store. At least I hope they won't miss my money, I'm simply going to switch my reading to Public Domain and non-DRM'd sources, and Amazon can find another chump to purchase their products in the future.