As I tried to explain in the other thread, RF modules won't work well on a breadboard, as far too many parasitics will be introduced.
While ExpressPCB my lack in some features and may not be adequate for your needs, it is extremely easy to use for a newbie like myself.ExpressPCB/ExpressSCH is free and unlimited as far as number of layers and board size, except ExpressPCB is the only board house that can use the files exported by the program - and they are not exactly cheap. I don't care too much for the program, but it's better than doing it by hand.
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