Making phylogenies is hard enough for phylogeneticists, but it's something that ecologists are forced to do more and more frequently. I think it's a shame that lots of effort goes into generating ecological data, while the (equally important!) phylogeny is often neglected.
With phyloGenerator, you can download real DNA sequence data for your species of interest, and then generate a calibrated phylogeny using a defensible constraint tree. Your phylogeny may not be 'correct', but it will have branch lengths based on DNA data and its topology will be safe. It'll be a 'real' phylogeny, not a best-guess from taxonomy filled with polytomies.
You don't need to have an advanced knowledge of phylogenetics to use phyloGenerator. Just download the program, follow the guide, and you can build a phylogeny in minutes.