My book is 10x10, with a hard cover and 51 pages. I used two coupons - one that gave me 40% off purchases $50-$100, and a free shipping over $30 code. Pre-coupon, my total (without tax & shipping) came to $91.49. After using coupons and tax being calculated, the entire cost to me was $58.32. I did leave it with a glossy cover and regular pages. I didn't feel the need to get lay flat pages for the extra cost.
The book looks amazing! I was nervous about the edges being off-center, but every page was cut perfectly. I have some photos to share and a video of the book as well. (I don't do many videos and I have a hard time speaking on camera, so my apologies in advance).
This book is nicely thin - two together will take up less than half the width of just one of the Project Life binders. My shelves hold a dozen of the binders right now, and they are so heavy. I am excited to have my books take up less precious real estate.
Borders are not cut off at all, yay!
These pages felt thicker than I expected, even though they are not lay flat pages. I don't know if I just never noticed it in prior books, but these felt like you were picking up two pages at a time.
Just showing that they're not lay flat, of course, so you do get the "bump" in the center, but I can see the full page so really, this doesn't bother me at all.
Here's about a 2 1/2 minute video talking about and showing off the book:
Thanks for checking out my video. Hopefully it helped any of you still considering switching or those who haven't figured out whether to print a book or individual pages, or what size to run your book.