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  1. While I value the access PDF gives me to quality gaming materials, I find I can't actually use and run a role-playing product in that format much longer than 10 pages. Even a 30-page booklet is too much. So, hard copy. As with pulpcitizen, brief PDF adventures are fine.
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  2. Its great having pdfs, I never cared much for them on the desktop (although they were handy at times), but having an entire rpg collrction in one tablet is a grand concept thats hard not to like. However, rpg rulebooks & resources, like all reference books, are quite nice to have physical copies of, and I love my physical library. I wish more rpg books were in hard cover format, it trumps pdfs and I love seeing them in the bookcase. I can see paperback novels going the way of the dinosaur, but nothing beats a good hard cover tome
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  3. Hard copy for me. I seldom buy electronic versions, even though they're nice to have. I like The Design Mechanism's policy of including the PDF in the price. Best of both worlds!
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