I did this, but I have to say I did not like the last question. It felt leading by implying that books are not as much fun as television or video games, which I have to disagree with. Worst thing for a book would be any sort of spoken dialogue (which is why I hate voice acting in video games. I get more out of it when I can pace it myself instead of reading faster than somebody can talk)
I do agree with you about that last question. As for your second part I respectfully disagree, as do many authors. Audiobooks are great becuase you can be doing menial tasks while listening, or if you really want to get into the scene close your eyes and let your brain go to town imagining everything. I've listened to the Harry Potter books 3 times, read them twice. I also have Enderverse (Enders Games series and Ender's Shadow series) and one of them had Orson Scott Card do the intro where he stated he felt like audiobooks were better.
Now I don't disagree with you about bad VA, but when VA is done right (again Harry Potter series, i swear they got Hagrid from the movies to do the books) it's great, but I have listened to a few series where I liked no voice acting, just plain reading too.