You know what's interesting? That an electronic device that features as its primary component The New Oxford American Dictionary would alone be worth owning, and paying a decent amount of money for (maybe a hundred bucks?). I mean, I use the dictionary on my K2 all the time, and can easily imagine the value of carrying around an electronic dictionary that doesn't do anything else except, well... be a dictionary. But here we have the Kindle, which provides the Oxford Dictionary as only the tip of the iceberg.
Maybe I'm strange, but I think that's kind of cool. A dictionary, an endless amount of books, and a half dozen other cool features (including a web browser), all for a little more than a couple of hundred bucks. Even with my initial excitement now somewhat muted after owning a K1 and then a K2, I'm still sold on the concept. Do you still have moments, months or years after becoming a Kindle-holic, where you still say, wow, this is a really neat device?