I used Thomson for the first time last year because they are right around the corner from my new place. They did a great job, and did it very quickly. I thought they were a little pricey though... compared to Circle W.
When I lived in Milton I used Circle W, but I'm not sure if they still do game processing. They were great, and I didn't mind waiting a little longer because they were about the cheapest that I'd found.
At Circle W, I think it cost me about $25 to $30 (a few years ago) to have a 100 pound doe made into hamburger and a couple of roasts. At Thomson I spent about $75 to get a slightly bigger doe made mostly into hamburger and a little loose sausage.
Oakes Meat Processing in Chumuckla 995-0404. They are really good, and they will vacuum pack it fora little extra. Later in the season when they are busy they only except meat on certain day's so alway's call and check.
Cajun Specialty Meat'sin P-cola 479-8383. They are a little expensive, but can do awesome thing's with deer meat. They also vacuum pack their meat. A real plus for extending the freezer life of your wild game.
Cajun Spec. Meats behind McGuires on Gregory.!!! They vacuume pack everything and the sausage is out of this world! I have to Does being done as I type, can't wait for the call saying its ready! Oh yea, they make great cubed steak out of the back straps too!