I finally had the spare change to test with 23andMe, and while the Ancestry Composition results aren't nearly as detailed as the health reports/inherited traits component (not even by half, considering the medical/traits content consists of nearly 300 different reports), I did learn that, with 4% of my DNA being Neanderthal in origin, I'm an outlier. Neat! I'm just enough of a genetics / heredity geek thanks to AP science classes in high school and to further science classes taken in college for this to be $99 very well spent.
Work-front update: as of tomorrow, I will have worked my way up through all of the interviews required to be considered on a permanent basis for the position I've been occupying as a temp since late April, so—fingers crossed! I'm hopeful.