If you've got Beersmith (which i'd recommend for making up your own recipes or scaling others) then i can send you the full recipes. Beersmith is great because when you pick the style you want to brew, it will work out where you're at with bitterness, colour, abv etc and where that sits in the type of beer you're trying to brew, so you can quite quickly make adjustments and know what the overall effect will be.
I think all my recipes came from the Beersmith recipe website, but then I tweaked a few things based on stuff I'd read in forums. It's all noted in my own copies of the recipes.
Pale Ale (single hop recipe which came with the equipment. Surprisingly good for my first attempt)
Pale Ale (two different hops, but pretty basic recipe, all went well, it tasted brilliant, slightly over carbonated though)
Old Peculier clone (missed my OG, but tried a bottle last week and it's incredibly good! Currently bottle conditioning in my loft for a couple of months)
Anchor Porter (everything went well, currently bottle conditioning in my loft for a couple of months)
Sierra Nevada pale ale clone (now been in secondary FV for 2 weeks, just about to bottle, took a sample at the weekend, tastes fantastic)
Bells Two Hearted IPA clone (a clone of one of the best IPAs ever to be brewed. Dry hopped last week, another week in the secondary FV and then will be bottled
Peterfile's IPA (made up my own recipe to use up some ingredients, based on an american IPA, with lots of Cascade and Centennial)
I managed to pick up a load of Citra hops from my LHBS, so got a Fyne Ales Jarl type beer planned for this Friday evening.
I started out by brewing quite a few clones of my favourite beers, since then I know how it's supposed to taste, so I can work out what's going on and where I'm going wrong etc.