We're considering getting my mother a Kindle Fire for Christmas, the one that's wi-fi only. Trouble is that they use a Verizon 4g (or 3g - can't remember) device for their 'net access, and it has kind of a small data allowance. Are Kindle books pretty skimpy, data-wise? Is this a good gadget for someone who doesn't have an always-on 'net connection with (theoretically) unlimited data? Oh, and you can enjoy books you've purchased without being connected to the 'net, correct? My mom does much of her reading in deer stands. I am not making this up.