I finally got in my OSH Park PCBs for my mini 7-segment clock. It's using the DP5050 PCB layout.
I used the SparkFun 7-seg display, but unfortunately, they screwed up the pinouts on the footprint and pins 10 and 12 are pin-swapped. I had to jumper the pins on the back to get the colon to work.
I also had some weirdness with the way I routed Vcc to the Atmega. I had to throw another jumper on the back to fix that.
Although it works, it's not perfect. It's going to look rather ugly with a clear acrylic back and those reworks. I'd like it to be perfect. So I'm going to fix those 2 things and get a rev 2 made. I also want to swap out the buttons for some 10mm tall ones so it's easier to press then once the acrylic goes on. 10mm buttons should be enough to clear the acrylic.
I just put the wraps on the laser file for the acrylic too. I'll upload that at some point this week to be cut.
All in all, it came out pretty good. If anyone's interested, all the source files are on my hobby site, as well as a full write-up of the project: KevinRye.net