A few months ago I came across a clearance sale of 17 segment LED displays and thought... that'd be great for a morse keyer readout, and was the ideal motivation to finally learn PCB design.
I taught myself gEDA, and designed the prototype PCB. I mentioned on the local amateur radio club monday night radio net that the next step was to get someone to make PCBs. Someone on the radio net said Mitch at Hackvana had been doing PCBs for the local radio amateurs doing near space helium balloon launches (project horus).
So, I got the contact details and got in touch with Mitch. He was incredibly helpful with fine tuning the layout, is really approachable, turnaround times have been amazing, and the boards look great; standard runs are double sided, PTH, green soldermask with white silk screen, and 1oz copper. No issues at all with fairly fine pitched PS/2 and USB pinouts.
The first thirty boards worked out so well, I just put in an order for another 100, and I'm getting another 35 boards made for my DIY lighting control system, five of the 35 boards are for a scary Molex 16 (8x2) x RJ45 port module -> terminal block breakout board.
So, nothing but praise for Mitch. And this is an unsolicited endorsement. He already has my money for the latest order!!