In my opinion the schematic sucks! So I re did it. Now the pins in schematic match the pins in breadboard, the power pins have moved to their position on the GPIO connector (rather than stacked on top of each other which may cause routing problems). I took the pin numbers from the RPI site and the names from https://pinout.xyz/pinout/pin36_gpio16 which the RPI site refers to (if there are more preferred names please post, as I'm not really a big RPI person). The big change is that the right hand side used to be backwards (i.e. the top pin on the GPIO connector was on the bottom in schematic). That has been corrected so schematic matches breadboard and the GPIO connector. This means this version will be incompatible with all the other RPI schematics currently in core but I think its better (I guess we will see what others think!). There are still issues (this is only a new schematic everything else is the same) but you may want to switch to this schematic. Meanwhile I will continue poking at the various issues I know of (routing is odd with the power pins, pcb reacts incorrectly when the module it on the bottom, and breadboard breaking pcb is still a mystery).
Raspberry Pi Zero_new_schem.fzpz (39.8 KB)