...the board pictured is also assembled with the resistors reversed
I hope that is not a serious comment. Unless I am missing something the resistor packages can be mounted either way around.
BTW The Nano advertising is incorrect. The Oak Micros om328p
Arduino compatible is the "smallest, complete, and breadboard friendly" Arduino. It also uses round 18mil pins which make it much easier to insert and remove from a breadboard or DIP socket. Switching the order of the A0-A7 pins means that the new Nano incompatible with the previous version especially if you were using I2C.
Note that use of a resonator is generally inferior to a crystal as used by the previous version of the Nano. The referenced resonator has an accuracy of 5000 parts in a million (0.5%) versus 30 or 50 in a million for a crystal. This could make all the difference between being able to download at 9600 baud or not. With an exact frequency of 16 MHz is the error is 0.2% @ 9600 baud. With the resonator this error could increase significantly. Here
is a recent thread on this very subject.