This layout week has ended in success. I just submitted the board to OSH Park.
After having a majority of the work done last night, this evening was a breeze. That said, I did not review the design. I'm hoping that with a simple board it won't be necessary.
The last step was submitting the paste layer for the stencil to OSH Stencils. When I was first designing the breakout board I stumbled across a really strange issue. I was trying to size the landing pads for the GND heat sink pins underneath the CC3200MOD. I tried to use the paste layer to size my footprint, but soon found out that the paste layer for the heat sinking GND pins was significantly smaller than the pins themselves. BUT WHY!? Enter The Spark Gap Podcast with their life saving episode on Design for Manufacture (DFM) that I was literally listening to this morning for the first time. Turns out, if there is too much solder paste on these pins, the reflow process can cause the chip to lift off of the PCB and prevent quality connections to the solder paste on the other pins. So, with confidence, I reduced the size of the solder paste layer for those pins specifically. There was so much great information on that episode. I've posted a link if you want to check it out.
Thanks to the podcast I was able to submit to OSH Stencil tonight.
And there it is. Now I'm just waiting patiently for the parts to come in. This may also be the right time to attempt putting together a programming procedure.