Hey there, we haven't seen a message come in from that google form we use, but I'll check again to see if any messages got stuck in the queue.
We haven't made panelized PCBs before, but we have played around with populating a blinky grid smt with a pick-n-place machine. It worked pretty well, the 1206 and SOIC components aren't too demanding in terms of placement accuracy.
The only reason we haven't tried a multi-board panel is that we don't have one of the nice stencil jigs to for doing the solderpaste. Do you have one of those tools? So far I've been applying solderpaste and pick-n-placing the parts for one board at a time, then reflowing a dozen together at once.
When you say "our machine can handle up to a 10" x 10" panel" does that mean the maximum panel size, or the maximum size of the area where components can be placed?
If you're interested, I can figure out how to make a panel of grid smt boards and sell you a couple. Otherwise we can certainly sell you individual PCBs, just let us know.