Amateur PCB guy, or professional?
Just using Eagle, or do you have a tool set with design rule checking?
I am always on the lookout for decent layout guys, as I want to get back to hardware development as applied to alternate energy, etc.
I have designed hundreds of products, but prefer to just farm out the layout stuff to more artsy people. I prefer code and schematics and the elegance of integration. I get too caught up in perfecting PCB designs when I do it.
Perhaps a collaboration?
ps. This reminds me. My last PCB was an insulin strip simulator with a precision reference, a 16 bit ADC and a 16 bit DAC. There were 6 layers in the width of an insulin test strip! That is small.