The neat thing about this one is that it's all through the hole (fun to do and a bit different than all the sm stuff lately). While I had almost all the parts on hard, it was designed for a usb connector that I don't have available...
Side note: whether it's what you are supposed to do or not - diluting paste flux (I like MG Chemicals no clean type in a syringe) with isopropanol and then "painting" with a small watercolor brush works as well for assisting desoldering (with wick) as it is for smt and tth parts.
I always learn new things looking at other people's designs. Most of the time I see everything I would have done differently right away (here the only things I really don't like are that the iscp header is too close to the usb connector )but it works) and the barrel jack for power is on the opposite side (not a good combo for a breadboard). So... I just attached two wires for power instead of the jack (this works very well for breadboards). As usualy I have different buttons than intended, but that's really easy to rig up.
Overall it's a cute little board - simple and straight forward and undoubtedly going to be useful. Something was a bit screwy with the DP page for this board (links were bad - images didn't work) but perhaps that's because of the stage in development.