No worries - just wanted to respond, since as many have pointed out, shipping boards with solder paste in place would be an interesting logistical and packaging challenge
Jonathan from PCB:NG here. Thought I'd drop by, offer to answer any questions that you might have.
Just to be clear: we currently offer, while we're still in beta, both blank PCB and assembly service. Blank PCBs most certainly do not have any solder paste on them - just a nice ENIG finish. In fact, they're the highest quality PCBs that you're likely to come across, especially for the price (which is beta only). Better yet, unlike anyone else, all of our PCBs are fully tested - DFM testing on the way in, full E-test on the way out.
All of our offerings are typically shipped within 12 calendar days. This is not an absolute, but we do ship on time, or early, more than 90% of the time.
Note that we may not offer blank PCBs after beta, and the end of beta is only a few weeks away. Which makes sense, since our goal is to drive the cost of PCBA down to something affordable. And in fact, we recently announced a "sub-beta" for what we call "economode" - more details here: https://blog.pcb.ng/we-jam-econo/
Cheers, and thanks for your interest.