During the summer I worked on making my first Blurb book using Lightroom 5.6. I finished it and ordered a copy in August and finally received it here in Japan a few days ago. It is B&W standard landscape (10x8 inches, 25x20 centimeters), softcover, 90 pages, printed on premium lustre paper. It cost $44 + $23 for standard shipping, but since it was my first Blurb book through Lightroom I got 25% off the book portion of the price. After spending about 4 months working on it and then 5-6 weeks waiting to receive it after ordering it I was hoping for it to be pretty good. Well, what shall I say? For the price I am disappointed. Today I took 3 photos to illustrate what I see. I tried to adjust these photos to be as close to what I see when I look at the book as I could. I took a photo of the cover and a page in the book that has the same photo. You can see how different they look. I would say the cover is much too contrasty with a too high black point and the photo inside the book has too low contrast with no blacks, just dark gray and a bit of a green cast. Then the last photo is a 100% crop of a close-up of a different photo in the book, but all the photos look the same. Even from a normal viewing distance you can see the newspaper-like or CRT-like pattern. I don't think I will order anymore. If the price was cheap, maybe $20 with inexpensive shipping then I would feel differently, but this Blurb book is pretty disappointing to me. What has your experience been?