It's a comparison of various photobook website services made by scanning the printed pages at high-res and Blurb comes off quite badly. I''m not sure about the Dutch one the author cites as the best, but his runner-up, the Fuji one, comes from Fuji.de which has rolled-out a new service called 'Fujifilm Photobook Brilliant'. Rather than use half-tone digital offset printing they're producing books on photopaper but with the feel of a book. It's won a bunch of Awards, TIPA 2009, but for now is limited to delivery in Germany. I suppose if they have a physical shop it would be possible to arrange a courier to collect the book and deliver it to the U.K or wherever. I was considering Blurb but I've heard a lot of complaints, but since I'm in the U.K and the guy from Manchester swears by them then we probably will have the same print house and QC.