Here's our full blown, lots of words (hey, you like to read, right?) review with video review of Sony's second generation touch screen eBook reader. The short version? Sony got it right this time and we really like the PRS-600. For those less intimate with digital eBook readers, the Sony Reader Touch Edition is an ebook reader with touch screen that supports variety of formats including Sony's own bookstore format, ePUB, digital library books in ePUB format, PDF and Google's 1 million public domain books. It has a 6" eInk display, weighs 10 ounces and sports both SD and Memory Stick Pro Duo slots. Oh and it has a dictionary and supports note-taking and annotations too.
Thanks for the review, Lisa. On the video when you were zooming into PDF, do you know if you can annotate at the zoom level, because it looked like when you closed the zoom tools, it reverted back to fit-width view and did not stay at the zoom level.