I've updated the PDF several times to fix things, and just a few weeks ago I put out a new version that added saddlebags and horse packs since I felt they were conspicuously missing, It really helps ease the anxiety of publishing when you can update it easily. As soon as I put out a POD, that's all gone. It's set in stone.
@middenarde I find it a bit tiring on the eyes to read PDFs constantly, so I'll often print out chunks of a book when planning a campaign at least. I guess also sometimes I want to be flicking between two sections of a rulebook and a bookmark is more intuitive than trying to remember where to move the scrollbar to or what the page no was? Definitely see & agree with your point about better flexibility & update ease with 'living' PDF rulebooks though, that's a big advantage of the PDF form :)
@ExilianOfficial Understandable! I just don't get why a lot of reviewers flat-out refuse to review PDFs. Are they not "real" tabletop games if they don't have a print edition? Does a PDF here and a PDF there in your reviews add up to reading them constantly if you allow them?
Generalistic and moderated instance.