So I worked all day on something and decided the way I do it already is, for now, the best way.
Then I decided I was burned out on that so I should power through some business books. The first one I picked up informed me that what I think is valuable about my product (my ebooks) doesn't matter whatsoever. I might totally be spending all my time and energy on some feature (the perfect epub) that my readers don't really care about (as long as I offer a reasonable epub, it's fine and I should stop fiddling.)
All this background to put forth the question: what's important to you in an ebook you purchase? (Mine specifically is helpful, but ebooks in general is also helpful.) I would name some possible ideas but I don't want to influence the answer. And I kind of suspect my obsessive brain is not seeing the big picture somehow.
I'll give a free copy of my upcoming short story Betweentimes to a random answerer! :D
Yes, that would be the one I messed with all day and have not a single finished file type to show for it.