So I've been looking for a few days and I keep failing at being able to convert a PDF into something that I can read with the Nook Android App. Sure, there's Calibre (seems to be the most popular method) and various online converters, but every single one of them end up giving me a document that looks like crap (absolutely nothing like the original PDF or anything vaguely resembling it). I tend to use technical documentation (specifically whitepapers) a lot, so things like tables, charts, etc. are very important in what I want to read. Is there some way that I can use my tablet as an eReader with eReader functionality (remembering my last page, giving me a library, etc.) when dealing with PDF-based eBooks? I've mostly only tried the Nook app since, well, my tablet is a hacked Nook Color. I would be open to using a different app, but I can't find a clear consensus on a good one that will do what I want. Either something that handles PDFs well or some method to convert PDFs to ePubs well will solve my problem, I believe. Thanks!