Amazon announced the Kindle 2 this week, as you no doubt already know. I'm really into the idea of a friendly, portable, readable e-book device, and by most accounts the Kindle is pretty cool. But I've worked in libraries so long that I am just way out of the habit of buying books regularly, e- or paper. I just can't see laying out almost $400 for a device that will allow me to spend $10 a pop on proprietary e-books that I can't move to any of my other devices.
When someone releases a Kindle equivalent that will allow me to save online books from my library, I'll be lining right up -- but so far every reader device I've heard of is so crippled by DRM that that seems unlikely at best.
Edit: For a good counterpoint (from someone who actually owns a Kindle), see Jason Griffey's post at ALA Techsource.