I did a search on these forums, but didn't see this listed.
http://www.quixoticnight.com/ (They say they do Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror.)
This popped up on my Twitter feed and I checked it out. However, something about it isn't setting right with me. (And not just the video with a generic Muppet explaining their publishing process, either.) As I understand it, you send them a manuscript, they like it and do all the editing and what not, get you a cover artist, etc. (so far, so good). But when it comes to actually publishing (in e-book format), you must have 2500 pre-orders, and they seem to rely on you, the author, in helping get the word out to your friends. If you do not get at least 2500 pre-orders, your book doesn't go to (digital) print, and all rights are reversed back to you so you can presumably have a chance at getting your book out elsewhere.
Granted, I'm not that knowledgeable on digital publishers, but I don't think I've ever heard of a (decent) one requiring X amount of pre-orders or else they drop your book, especially not if the whole thing mostly relies on word of mouth. How are they paying for editing and cover artists otherwise? Again, I'm a novice at all this, so I might be wrong.
ETA: Quixotic's Twitter feed: http://twitter.com/#!/QuixNightPress
Twitter feeds of the owners: http://twitter.com/#!/tsauthor and http://twitter.com/#!/robwillb