In my experience, newpapers don't always get the fold in the right place (I think it's often on purpose so they can use an inserter to add stuff, but the offset is very often more than is required), so I suspect at least part of the problem is the folding. The rest looks to me like there is a non-imageable area along the edges of the page (look at the red rope and the black hose on the floor and it's clear part of the image is missing) and you should discuss that with them.
Thanks for the input,
They finally came to conclusion it wasn't anything I did...PHEW!
They can't seem to get the imposition correct.
They re-ran it and the problem is still there ...well...a bit slides under the spine....but less anyway. The image pretty much lines up this time though.
So I still need to figure out whats what so i can atleast speak to the problem with them.
But all 3500 are in the mail, so I guess it is what it is on this one.
Any suggestions on a good forum where printers talk about geeky stuff?
I'd personally say you're asking for trouble, though, trying to do a crossver like this anywhere but the center spread running on this sort of equipment. It's no guaranteed there will be a problem, but the odds are not in your favor.
The bleeds on all the other pages looked great!...just this crossover was a thorn in my eyeball.