The drawback to submitting to a publisher like Scarsdale is that you have no idea of the experience level of the staff - or if, indeed, there is a staff - so many of these outfits are run largely by a single person.

I am assuming you're non-agented. If you decide to submit to Scarsdale and are offered a contract, I suggest you have it carefully vetted before you sign. There are so many non-standard clauses in small publishers' contracts (such as royalties computed on net, or any business plan that requires the author to pony up ANY money for publication expenses) that inexperienced authors may end up signing something that is not in their best interest.