I've recently developed an itch to have a book printed of some pictures I've taken of the town, Greenbelt, where I live. I doubt that anyone other than myself and my tolerant wife will bother to look at said book, but I thought I'd make a copy for myself and a copy to drop on the bookshelf of the local coffee shop. Greenbelters have a tendency to be obsessed with their little town, so maybe a few folks will page through it and enjoy it. (In my dream world, of course, I'll be deluged with calls and emails from people looking to by signed prints and copies of the book; I look like Brad Pitt, drive a Veyron, and have a pet magic flying unicorn in this world.) As Mother's Day gifts for my wife and for my mother, I recently used Snapfish (the printers that are linked to Flickr) to print up books of pictures of my baby son's first few days of life. The resulting books were perfectly satisfactory for their intented purpose (huge hit with my mom), and my ill-trained and uncritical eye couldn't find anything wrong with the printing quality, but the rote layout and cheap paper and binding gave it a distinctly amateurish feel. So, I'm looking for something classier, like a cloth-bound hardcover with a dust jacket and nice paper. A print-on-demand company called Blurb got a front-page mention at DPReview yesterday (savvy bit of marketing work, that). They seem to do exactly the sort of books I want, and their prices seem vaguely reasonable; does anyone have any experience with them? Can anyone recommend a better/different custom photobook printer?