@Roland-Wijnen JLCPCB.com seems pretty happy with the files. Its rendering of the completed pcb looks correct, and they'll ship me 5 copies of the board for less than $10 US, including the shipping price. Seems like a plenty cheap price.
I haven't made this board with them, but I've used them plenty of times in the past, and when they render a board correctly on the portal, it always comes out correct when I get it in my hands. (Well, other than design mistakes - they make it just how I design it, but that's a different story.)
Anyone good with SPI channel analysis?
Hardware SPI (Looks great):
Software SPI (Same setup, just changed code and pins).
In the first, I can clearly see MOSI and MISO communicating on 5/6. Enable on 7.
Software SPI does not make any sense.
@Ikes-72000 If it were me having these problems, I'd simplify the situation by demounting the nRF board fromt he D1 Mini, then I'd power it, hook it up to a console and see whether I'm getting the count that it should be outputting. At that point what you have is simply a breakout board for the nRF, and it doesn't get any simpler than that.