Please ignore the other comments indicating this Kindle edition is NOT the same as hard copy version. Although that is somewhat true, i.e. it is not exactly the same, it is in fact BETTER than the hard copy version.
The Kindle version actually contains THREE BOOKS (for the price of one :-), which combine and present the information in the hard copy version in a way targeted to three different audiences (and all the audiences as well).
The first book is "The Startup Owner's Guide: Strategy Guide" This gives an overview of the reasoning behind this approach, why the previous way doesn't work, and the Lean Startup and Customer Development approach itself. It is suited for managers etc.
The second book is "The Startup Owner's Manual for Web/Mobile Channel Startups" This is the detailed guide with checklists for startups and organisations aiming to commercialise a Web or mobile product or service.
The third book is "The Startup Owner's Manual for Physical Channels" This is the detailed guide with checklists for startups and organisations aiming to commercialise a product or service using physical channels.
If anything the hard copy version is the lesser of the two versions. It tries to combine all three of the above books into one. I am not complaining but just suggesting people consider the Kindle format first and foremost.
This is the best A$10 anyone interested in commercialising innovation (in a startup or organisation of any size) can spend. Of course, just buying the book won't solve all your problems, you have to work to put it into practice.
And as for this being a "business book" light on details, I think it is quite the opposite. This is not a book to read large chunks of at any time, as the author's mention a number of times, it is a book to do, to read again and again, to refer to!
It includes "step by step" instructions, guides and checklists.