I used Netlibrary a lot when I was in telephone reference and avoiding any looming homework assignments between the fairly consistent barrage of calls. I liked to access Shakespeare e-books (e-plays?) and refresh my memory on all the really good lines. Many times I started to download audio-books in hopes of understanding the process so that I could thoroughly explain it to patrons, but I was at work and nervous about taking up too much computer space. I just looked up Shakespeare in the Netlibrary audiobooks and found one lonely little entry for Hamlet. Can you imagine reading all of Hamlet out loud? Hoo-boy, it's a good thing that the narrator, Frank Muller, has such a great reputation. I like that you can read about the narrator and listen to a preview before downloading the book. I think the number of available items could be a bit larger. They didn't have one blessed thing on Margaret Atwood, one of my favorite and fairly prolific authors. I keep reading about how the print collection will soon be obsolete. If that's the case we need to get busy making more things available through NetLibrary!