Actually, I have had an idea. There is no reason why Blurb's 400-pager monster deals should not be used. I could take ALL of the back issues and back articles I have on my system, create A4 pdfs and assemble a book covering many issues.
In fact, I reckon it would be cheaper to do that than to get the actual copies bound up to keep.
Just got it. Wow, it feels great to hold your own book in your hands. I ordered a hardcover, it feels nice and solid. I found a tiny bit of leftovers of what I reckon is glue on the cover - should be easy to remove. Other than that I'd say it's perfect