I'm getting ready to set up an online proofing and ordering system. I've been hosting my own photos on my website using Lightroom Web. I'm looking at WHCC.com to order prints. They seem very professional. I'm getting my test prints from them this week. They work with PickPic $129 set up + $99 monty is very steep for me. They also work with LabPrints $29.99/month plus 12% commission or $49.99/month plus 9% commision also high for me. So, I'm looking at options for Self Hosting or Affordable Hosting. I'm pulling comments and recommendations from previous post. Your Feed back would be much appreciated! SELF HOSTING http://www.proofbuddy.com/ has Lite version (free) or a Pro version ($100) with more features. You host it yourself on your site and the orders come to you. You then submit it to your lab yourself. www.picturespro.com it takes a bit more work to set up but it is worth the extra control you gain by hosting your galleries on your own site. one time fee ----------------------- photoreflect.com Theres on here suggested it in other post and it looked great to me.. You can creat your site, upload picture with DarkRoom Web edition and its all FREE! instaproofs.com has no monthly fee.. only a % of what you sell. Zenfolio.com has been a great asset and is very user friendly. Small annual fee with unlimited hosting and keeps a small percentage of the order. There are several labs you can print through, including mpix. I use my bluedomain.com to place orders - everyone can pay via paypal credit card and then I have my lab drop ship to them - I keep all the profits. It's a tiny bit of extra work but not much... in that I have to place the order but that's it... my lab does great packaging and does not post any of they fees online which I like. Digilabs.com I have had no problems with them whatsoever! They offer a great option for people who don't make alot of money from prints. You pay a yearly fee (I can't remember what, but it's very reasonable) and then it's 17% of the profits of the sales you make. It's a great deal, because the online album hosting basically pays for itself after a few print orders. Good luck! www.momentshare . I just uploaded my first wedding yesterday, so I can't tell you first hand how their turn-around time and print quality is yet . BUT I can tell you that they have excellent customer service on the photographers end. They had my link up and running in less than 24 hours. It is seamless, they made my viewing site look exactly like the home page of my website and I did not even have to send them my logo. It is only $59.00 (one-time) fee plus 10% of the orders. You can set your own price list and state's taxes. So far, I am impressed. I got their information through this forum, so I will soon know if it is great all the way around!.com Nextproof or Smugmug Professional. We use use Nextproof's 10gig plan for $24/mo with only a 7% c/c processing fee. If you don't need 10gigs of space, they have a 3gig plan for only $9/mo with the same processing fee. Their canned sites look decent enough but if you can program or know someone who can, they will let you totally rock out your site. Smugmug Professional is ok, but you need to have $500 in sales before they will cut you a check so if your not wanting/planning for a ton of print sales, I might stay away from them. One last thing, Nextproof also has a free 1gig plan with 12% processing fee just to get your feet wet. No, I don't work for them or get any kind of kick back, just a happy customer. photocart vs. Print room but I think this is more beneficial. Plus is only a one time charge.