I am thinking about making a permanent layout but doing an actual PCB (even with the likes of JLPCB) is a bit beyond me so my "goto" from days gone by would have been veroboard/stripboard but even that involves breaking the strips with a drill bit or (what I have used in the past) a counter-sink which I know from experience can be "fraught"
Then more recently I have noticed this kind of thing:
So it's basically a premade PCB laid out as a "breadboard" - on the hidden side there are verticals for the power rails and horizontals for each group of 5 - just like a breadboard.
As I already "prototype" in solderless breadboards there's a certain appeal to this - effectively just solder the same layout into place.
But has anyone actually used this kind of thing?
Is it a good way to proceed?
Are there particular brands that are higher quality/more reliable than others etc?
I notice, for example that Sparkfun/Adafruit seem to have this kind of thing too - but is it worth paying a premium?