While it doesn't even begin to compare to QT, the site I recommend for publisher information is duotrope.com. It has both periodical and novel publishers listed and links to their websites. They make no attempt to separate the good from the bad, though, so you have to do due diligence in making sure that you get a good publisher and a good contract.
A few months ago I sold a novel manuscript directly to a small publisher (Swimmng Kangaroo Books). Before I accepted their offer, I had FIVE (yes, I do mean five) offers from other publishers that I turned down because of their non-standard contracts that contained what I considered insane clauses. And I had at least tried to only submit to publishers that looked legitimate. One wanted the author to provide the cover art, for instance. This is the publisher's job. Another wanted an option on my next novel. Not.
Anyway, I finally got what I considered a good contract. I wouldn't have gone that route had I considered the novel a possible sale to a major, but because it was short for a fantasy (only 65,000 words) I knew that it wasn't.
So that's my experience and my advise. Hope it helps.
If you want to know what a standard contract looks like, SFWA has examples up by the way.