An anonymous reader writes: Reviews (and hype) of ebook readers seems centered on buying commercial books with DRM. I have about a million words in my own personal PDFs, and the printouts are huge. Having all this on a small device would be fantastic. Are people adopting ebook readers for their own books? If so, what's a good option? Are there any without DRM schemes (that I wouldn't use, so I don't want to pay for)? What is the best ebook reader for the kinds of pages that LaTeX generates? Can ebook readers display photographs like the Creative Zen? I didn't even know the Zen could do this when I bought one, and now I'm addicted to having hundreds of photos available on the small device.