The Groovebook did eventually arrive, 21 days after I'd ordered it. It arrived in good condition, despite the outer covering looking really beat-up. The pages were thinner than I'd expected, but still a decent quality. I loved that the date and other metadata was right there with the photo.
Overall, the print quality was ok. Some pictures turned out well...
... while others were downright terrible. The worst one had a big pink streak through the photo, a weird orangish tone, and a dullness to it. I scanned it, then made a collage with the original to show the difference.
I'm just now starting to take phone photos, so we'll have to see whether Groovebook is something that I might eventually want to use in the future. In the meantime, I'm much happier ordering slightly more expensive photos with a much better print quality and significantly faster delivery time.
If you'd like to check out Groovebook for yourself, feel free to use the handy coupon that was in the back of mine.
I'd love to hear about your experience with Groovebook! Love it? Hate it? Somewhere in between? Let me know!