In the recent past, I've raised some objections to Scholastica's pricing for law review submissions. Scholastica's pricing is especially disappointing to me because ExpressO has some serious problems, and competition in this marketplace would be very welcome.
One of the things I don't like about ExpressO is how much they seem to encourage the resume bias that plays a large role in the law reveiw selection process. I was reminded of this issue when one of my colleagues sent me an e-mail she had received from a journal. That e-mail attached an e-mail sent to the journal by ExpressO notifying the journal of her submission. The re: line of the e-mail said "ExpressO Submission by [professor's name] at Widener University School of Law". I suppose that is all some journal editors need to know, sad to say. I think it would be a lot more informative, in the right way, if the re: line said "ExpressO Submission by [professor's name] - [article title]". That might encourage editors to at least look at the abstract before they decide to ignore the submission or just hit "reject".