I do have photo quality printers including a wideformat printer and have been printing at home. The LO's for my grandkids I have resized down to 8 by 8 and even 6 by 6 and printed them at home with great results. the smaller albums are much easier to them to handle. I have been giving them each their own album as a Christmas gift for 4 years now. This year I have orderd photobooks for all 3 of them...77, 74, and 52 LO's in each book. I have also ordered a photobook of the LO's I did of my parents life (54 LO's). I just placed the order for the first 2 from Shutterfly last week, and they have been shipped. They had a great special - buy one, get 2nd at 50% off, as well as another 40% off of the entire order, plus free shipping on orders over $25.00, so this made it affordable.
The other 2 I ordered from Scrapbooks Please who had a buy one get one free special going on. The limit for pages in a Scrapbook Please album is 60 pages.
The Shutterfly one can have up to 100 pages. The Scrapbook Please site is great of scrapbooking LO's as this is all they print. They offer 12 by 12, 8 by 8, or 8.5 by 11 options, and one cover option in 2 colors. No resizing of the LO is required. Shutterfly offers many more options in books, as well as you don't need to have pre-made LO's done...just upload the photos and the rest is done for you. (just doesn't work so well for my premade LO's, maybe there is a trick to doing this that I didn't find yet.
I'll post again when I have my 4 photobooks in hand.