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I've posted my eagle library here, which has a physical layout corresponding to the chip.
It might be useful: http://n0m1.com/2012/04/30/how-to-bread-board-arduino/

Got the eagle file for the 328. Thank You for that. Is the entire schematic available also? That'd be a big help to many, I think. - Scotty
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sorry a bit confused whats an eagle file is it a schematic file or a pcb layout file?
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It's both. http://www.cadsoftusa.com/ - Scotty
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Is the entire schematic available also?

Yes, I just added to the blog post: http://n0m1.com/2012/04/30/how-to-bread-board-arduino/
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Thank You, Sir. Much appreciated. - Scotty
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That should work, although if you want to save space you can actually have the crystal and caps on the flip side of the 328 socket, just solder them first and then do the socket, same for the decoupling cap, they go nicely underneath saving you space next to the socket
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