Not until they identically resembles paper

Honestly, I have to say that I'm either way simply because I'm someone who uses a computer all day long, and I had to get glasses (while thanking the computer mostly for this). And I have never understood e-readers, especially since they don't give you much of any discount for the e-books. I can understand wanting the book wherever you go, or someone is worried about space, but a normal book is easier on your eyes and just easier to look through. For crying out loud, I get a paper catalog instead of a PDF file if it's possible.

I will admit, the monitors are slowly getting better with the popularity of LCD, but I'm still waiting to see the day when I can get a device that looks identical to a piece of paper. But they're not anything close, yet.