I use Tinycad for schematics. Its free and I dont have any issues with switching back and forth between Orcad at work, and Tinycad at home.
Tinycad will export PCB net lists for PADS, Eagle or Protel.http://tinycad.sourceforge.net/
I use protel Autotrax for PCB layout. It is an older DOS version of Protel. It has been released to the public domain and is available at:http://www.altium.com/Community/Support/Downloads/
It features an autorouter, and up to 8 layers.
I recomend Advanced circuits for your prototype PCBs. They will do 2 layer full spec PCBs for $33 each (minimum 3) in 5 days. Full spec 4 layer boards for $66 each (minimum 3) in 5 days. And bare bones (no solder mask or silk screen, 4 straight sides) for $41 per order plus $.475 per square inch with a 1 day turn.