I created a very simple circuit/PCB for a board with an ADL5536 on it to amplify some weather satellite signals (around 137MHz). It's fed with a 9V battery through the DC jack. I ordered a copy of this board at OSH Park, and they turned out fine.
Remark: I had planned to have the option to either feed it through a DC jack, via simple wire connection, or through a micro-USB connector. The USB connector I ordered had through-hole feet, so they didn't fit on the PCB. Fortunately, it turns out that the DC jack is actually the best solution to feed it anyway, so you can leave that component out if you'd want to build it.
It's also my first PCB ever, so there are some flaws of course
:) (like the probably-useless micro-USB connector, and the fact that it could be made smaller... but at least I found this easy to solder)
Some S-parameter measurements over the 100MHz-200MHz range: