I originally didn't think that hand soldering a 0201 component was possible. Several dozen people have proved me wrong. Can I make their life more miserable? Enter the "01005" package:
The Misery Edition of the SMD Challenge now includes a Attiny84 QFN20 package and a 01005 size resistor. Since I haven't found a matching LED for it yet, I added another 0201 LED, but being a heartless and cruel man, I selected a diffuse one so you can't determine orientation visually (assuming you even have magnification available).
I am not totally devoid of feeling, so I have designed it so that a backward LED will still light, but you will be denied the joy of witnessing the full terror of the Cylon sequence. As a further enticement, I've included a power switch to save battery life.
I assume you miserable people will want to celebrate your successful struggle, so there will be a 01005 Club, but don't think you can be the first, because some sorrowful sole found my evil designs on Github and made one on their own. Truly depressing.
You can induce your misery straight from source here: https://github.com/aspro648/KiCad/tree/master/projects/Attiny/AttinyChallengeMisery, or just buy a kit of pain on Tindie here: https://www.tindie.com/products/MakersBox/smd-challenge/ (select "Misery Edition"). It would save the terror of trying to flash an Attiny and help me pay off the $80 programming socket I needed to preload the firmware.