That's it. I'm transitioning to gEDA from Eagle. Why you might ask? Is it because I am a OSS dork that thinks that anything open source is better? No. Does gEDA have features that make it significantly better than Eagle? No. I like Eagle. There is just one problem. It is expensive.
Eagle provides a great service to hobbyists and students, or anybody non profit by making a free version for non-commercial use. I, however, want to start selling my designs. I probably won't make enough money to justify the truly expensive commercial version of Eagle.
So, long story short, I want to be legit! Expect a comparison of gEDA/PCB and Eagle in a month or so.