Received the photobook from MyPublisher yesterday. I would say that I am very satisfied with the result.
There where no printing problems, dots or scratches like on my first photobook.
I will second Jason's opinion that the supergloss paper is a must if you want to get the best print quality from them. There are still some downside to it as it's a real fingerprint magnet and you can still see that the pages are printed as opposed to being processed as when you look at the pages closely, you see lines and dots. It's more subtle than on the 182 pounds paper but still visible. Also, the pages seems fragile, prone to dent and feel thinner than the 182 pounds.
Apart from that, I have absolutely no complains about the photobook and think that for the price I paid, I don't think I could have gotten a better product.
Too bad I didn't try Adoramapix using their ICC profile and doing the color correction myself to really compare the products equally. The problem is that I tend to like the paper and the process way more from AdoramaPix, but I like the color a lot more from MyPublisher. For my next photobook, I think I will order from AdoramaPix and color correct the pictures using their ICC profile to give a fair comparison.
To sum it up, my wedding album finally reflect the time and effort I've put into it.
Big thanks from myself and the lady to Jason as I doubt I would have made the same choices without his review.