I don't have an ebook reader. The idea used to not appeal to me, but now I actually think it would be kind of nice. I guess I won't know until I try one, and I honestly don't know when I'll be willing to shell out that much money. I like the library because it's free. :) Even if ebooks are cheaper than regular books, you still have to pay for them! And the readers aren't exactly cheap to buy. I like the idea of ebooks, because they are more environmentally friendly, I could have multiple books available, and it would be more convenient for travel.
I have some books on my computer, but I don't really like to read them in that format. You can't really curl up in a chair with a computer. I've heard that the readers are easier on your eyes than a computer screen, and it is small enough to read wherever you want.
Book publishing is obviously changing due to ebooks, but I think there will always be books in print. Especially children's books. I don't think a picture book would be as fun on a computer. I like having books all around our house, and I don't think my children would learn to love books if they only saw me staring into an electronic device. I do some of my studying and reading on the computer, and I really don't think my son realizes that I'm doing something good with my time. Sitting down and reading a real old-fashioned book is really good inspiration for kids, so it is something I plan to continue doing for a long time.