Yeah...I really like the Rimu software, particularly Rimu PCB, It's just nice and straightforward...just right for me!
In terms of stability it's definitely top of the pile as far as the cheap stuff goes (there's some amusingly crappy code out there [img]graemlins/.gif[/img] crikey! ) I've only used it for home-brew pcbs so I can't vouch for the compatibility of the CAM files but it uses standard formats so I guess it would be fine.
The schematic software produces legible, clear drawings, but they are a bit 'non standard' looking...this could easily be sorted out with a bit of customisation.
It would be great if you went for this one Flatpicker....I'd have someone to swap footprints with then :D