I don't know a ton, but I remember trying to find that answer a while back and I concluded it's not possible. A good job is a very slow, time-consuming, very detail-oriented thing, and as such the just don't come cheap. "Inexpensive" probably means you're stuck with an amateur or hobbyist -- someone who's getting as much from the experience. I think 250-300 is a reputable job -- but it's been a while since I checked. What do you consider "relatively inexpensive"?
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