Another bonus is, I've discovered on Ezpdf Pro, that I can crop the sides of pages, so I can crop the white space between pages out, set up the tablet to read two pages at once, and voila, I have very little break on pages and can just continue on with stitching. A far cry from Goodreader, which made us flip between pages and then always defaulted to the bottom of the previous page and the top of the next. It's these little user friendly details that make all the difference in an app. If the programmers at Goodreader were smart, they would tap into this market.
I'm back on Snow, it's about a 3/4 page, but I'm about to start the December rush, where I work almost non-stop, so I'm not sure how much stitching I will be able to do. But come January 9, I start a new job, with a dedicated schedule! No more 12 hour shifts, no more 7am-7pm, or worse, 7pm-7am. I will be doing 8 hours, which will leave me dedicated time to stitch. Of course I won't have those marathon nights any longer, where I was shifting from day schedule to night schedule and I would just sit and stitch for hours (goodbye 1500 stitches a sitting) but the new job is a good thing. It will be nice to have a routine and a set schedule again. January 9th can't come soon enough.
I hope to have an update of Snow soonish for you all.