Quality Control issues a report:
Cover is great, binding nice and tight and as good as anything the major pubs put out, high-gloss back cover shows fingerprints a little too well but otherwise looks good.
Interior: good quality paper, pagination correct, good typography, consistent layout (no vertical or horizontal drift from page to page), odd and even pages are just as they should be.
In short, except for the lack of a barcode and an ISBN on the back cover, this looks at least as good as anything a major publisher might put out, and better than a lot I’ve seen.
I pronounce this experiment a success.