I've just uploaded the 0.13 version of rst2pdf, a tool to convert reStructured text to PDF using Reportlab to http://rst2pdf.googlecode.com
rst2pdf supports the full reSt syntax, works as a sphinx extension, and has many extras like limited support for TeX-less math, SVG images, embedding fragments from PDF documents, True Type font embedding, and much more.
This is a major version, and has lots of improvements over 0.12.3, including but not limited to:
New TOC code (supports dots between title and page number)
New extension framework
New preprocessor extension
New vectorpdf extension
Support for nested stylesheets
New headerSeparator/footerSeparator stylesheet options
Foreground image support (useful for watermarks)
Support transparency (alpha channel) when specifying colors
Inkscape extension for much better SVG support
Ability to show total page count in header/footer
New RSON format for stylesheets (JSON superset)
Fixed Issue 267: Support :align: in figures
Fixed Issue 174 regression (Indented lines in line blocks)
Fixed Issue 276: Load stylesheets from strings
Fixed Issue 275: Extra space before lineblocks
Fixed Issue 262: Full support for Reportlab 2.4
Fixed Issue 264: Splitting error in some documents
Fixed Issue 261: Assert error with wordaxe
Fixed Issue 251: added support for rst2pdf extensions when using sphinx
Fixed Issue 256: ugly crash when using SVG images without SVG support
Fixed Issue 257: support aafigure when using sphinx/pdfbuilder
Initial support for graphviz extension in pdfbuilder
Fixed Issue 249: Images distorted when specifiying width and height
Fixed Issue 252: math directive conflicted with sphinx
Fixed Issue 224: Tables can be left/center/right aligned in the page.
Fixed Issue 243: Wrong spacing for second paragraphs in bullet lists.
Big refactoring of the code.
Support for Python 2.4
Fully reworked test suite, continuous integration site.
Optionally use SWFtools for PDF images
Fixed Issue 231 (Smarter TTF autoembed)
Fixed Issue 232 (HTML tags in title metadata)
Fixed Issue 247 (printing stylesheet)