No, we don't do the Vit. K shot. I would only consider it if the birth was traumatic for some reason (and we don't circ. either so we don't need to do it for that reason). From everything I've read, I see no need for it. We also refuse the eye ointment, but we do the PKU. That's an important test that I wouldn't feel comfortable skipping. Nothing is being injected into the body, it's a heal stick where they take blood. I hate it, but it's over with in no time.
Off topic, but regarding the PKU, If you wait 24 hours (or is it 48? Can't remember right now), there is no need to have the test done twice. If they want to do it right away, refuse it and wait a day. It's so stupid that they do the PKU on some babies immediately because they'll only have to do it later. With my last baby, I actually waited 2 weeks to get it done and may do that again this time. The nurse that did it made the comment that since the baby was older, the blood flow would be better and it would come out much easier, and it did.