This project shared firmware with the much less miserable I Can Surface Mount Solder one. Both projects have a 1206 LED that flashed with a heartbeat. On the SMD Challenge, the additional LEDs blinked randomly.
Thinking it would be more frustrating to have it quite obvious when you invariably mess up an LED, I decided to have them flash in sequence, much like the cold and heartless Cylon Centurions.
If you want to learn more about how sadly slow our eyes are compared to computers, check out http://www.makersbox.us/2013/12/arduino-beyond-blink-how-fast-is-fast.html.
Unfortunately, I had to make another set of kits. There must be a lot of miserable, frustrated hobbyist out their willing to pay for some woe. The PCBs came in groups of four with an boring star-shapped cut out in the middle. I promptly punctured my finger on one, so if there is blood on your kit, know that I share your pain.
I should have left the mouse-bite edges on there to punish you further, but decided to coat my table and lungs with fibreglass to add to my own misery. You are welcome.