I sent a set of about 30 pics I took with my DSLR to Wal-Mart, MPix and Snapfish, and here are the results: Wal-Mart - 9 cents each - Easy to use. Pictures were not bad, but were really dark. Skin tone was just ok. Outside pics were ok, but the ones I took inside were so dark that you could not see any detail in the darker colors of the pictures. MPix - 19 cents each - A little confusing to use. Pictures were much better than Wal-Mart. Skin tone was great! Outside pics were very clear. The inside pics had more detail in the darker colors of the picture but still just seemed a little lacking. I had also sent a second set to them for the 88 cent paper and color correction. I honestly could not tell the difference. Maybe they messed up and printed it on the 19 cent E-paper. The black and white pic that I requested on their special B&W paper looked good. I was extremely impressed with the packaging. Snapfish - 9 cents each - Exactly the same interface as Walmart. Excellent pictures! By far the best of the 3. Outside pictures made Mpix look not-so-clear. The inside pics looked great! There was perfect detail in the darker colors. I had also sent them a black and white picture, and was amazed that it looked better than Mpix which I thought already looked good. I have to say that I absolutely did not expect this company to have the best pics of the 3, but for me they definitely did! I had thought that Snapfish had merged with WalMart, so I expected the same pics. Maybe I just got lucky and they printed on a good, new printer. Maybe I won't get the same quality second time around...who knows. But for me, at least for now, my online print company will be Snapfish. I have not calibrated my monitor for any of these 3 companies, nor were the pictures edited with Photoshop. This was just my personal experience, so just take it for what it is...you may have a completely opposite experience, especially if you use the ICC profile for the company you send them too, and edit your pics accordingly.