At the recent BEA IndieFringe festival, a representative of the distributor http://publishdrive.com/
gave a presentation, archived here:http://selfpublishingadvice.org/distribute-more-books-in-more-territories-kinga-jentetics/
The terms looks similar to Draft2Digital, but they include some stores not currently offered in D2D, Smashwords, Streetlib, XinXii, or Pronoun, such as allromanceebooks.com, Bookline.hu, BookShout!, ciando.com, dibook.hu, e-letoltes, E-sentral.com, Ekonyv.hu, Elefant.ro, Gardners.com, ipubs.hu, legimi.com, Libri.hu, Lira.hu, Multimediaplaza.com, Odilo.es, redshelf.com, rockstand.in, tookbook.com, tradebit.com. They also distribute to GooglePlay, for those who want an "in" to that bookstore (like Streetlib and XinXii).
FYI, one thing that may or may not affect a decision is they use DRM. They take a 10% cut of net profits and pay via bank deposit monthly after 60 days (like D2D). They also say they work with their partner stores to feature member books.
I'm wondering if it's worth my time (or yours) to include my books in this store, as well as Streetlib and XinXii to gain access to all the smaller stores? Maybe it wouldn't result in a lot of sales, but are even a few worth it?