It's a straightforward bit of kit. My ceiling protected magic mirror is coming along well.
I did have a few moments though, mainly with worrying about exactly which orientation I should use when soldering the zero w on. I checked and double checked, because unsoldering dozens of connections wouldn't have been easy!
One thing to note. Once soldered in you have NO access to the usb, so attach your monitor and keyboard and get your zero W setup for SSH before soldering.
The piprojector code on GitHub could be a bit more robust, I'll try to put together a more complete flavour (auto detecting resolution being the main one)
A neat solution that will get your Raspberry Pi Zero running with the mini Texas Instruments LP2000 project (and with a bit of fudging you can connect your regular sized Pi too). Great service and very reasonably priced for both the circuit board and shipping.
The board is of good quality and the write up on Mick's site is very detailed. Just one note, remember to install i2c-tools to get everything to work. Additionally the jumper for the power is the pin furthest away from the board edge.