I'm looking into making a book of my photographs. For right now it's mostly for personal use--I want something a bit sleeker than the clunky albums I have. It's hard to find albums that will accommodate 4 5x5 prints, and the ones I've used are either study but with flimsy page inserts (it's basically a binder) or the album itself just doesn't seem the greatest quality. Obviously the photos look great when they're real... Does anyone have advice on one of those websites that will print a book for you? I'm trying to find one that would be pro quality (ie, close to how my prints look). I've been looking into Blurb, nations photo lab, and mpixpro. Mpixpro looks like it's oriented towards pros--I'm not sure what they charge as they require an account. Nations photo lab seems, to me, to be a bit more oriented to amateurs. Blurb seems to be geared towards more serious enthusiasts and has options for selling your books through Amazon, (which I'm interested in trying to do in the near future). Obviously I could order books from all three, but I'd like to know if anyone has experience with these, or any other, companies. For reference, if I'm ordering prints, I used to use photoworks in SF, but switched to Aspen Photo a few months ago. I've been quite happy with their results. Unfortunately they do not make books.