@kd0aij and @pkocmoud: (I am assuming @kd0aij were referring to me in his question) I would like to make my own version of the pixracer and as a start I would like to produce some PCBs of R14 on some of the low volume manufacturers (eg. pcb-pool), order the components my self and using a stencil and solder paste and a reflow make my own pixracer. To do this I would need the Altium Designer files.
@kd0aij and @pkocmoud: Well, as you are fully aware of, laying out MEMS sensors etc. is not trivial, I would love to start off with something that works, and then be able to tinker away instead of first having to do all the groundwork.
I used Eagle to experiment with a high-speed switching regulator layout. What I learned was that you should always use the chip manufacturer's recommended layout if you want things like that to work. I've never owned expensive tools like Altium though, but I did use Mentor Graphics tools when I worked at Lockheed. But layout is non-critical for most of the components in an autopilot.