I'm just about routing my first PCB with the P2. It's a single axis servo controller (to avoid confusion, I mean a brushless motor controller for use in CNC machines, not a model size servo used in RC cars or robots). The basic design was already there from my previous attempt with an ARM CPU. Replacing that with a P2 added a bit to part count and space due to added voltage regulators, EEPROM and passives. But it also greatly reduces routing complexity because pin assignment is far less constrained.
On the left side is the power stage and two big terminal connectors for AC power, motor and (abs) encoder. The left one of the pin headers goes to the power module (IGBTs) on the heatsink. The relay (K1) is for soft start. On the right side is the low voltage part with the big P2 chip in the middle. the small pin header left to it is for programming (prog plug) the big on the right for expansion (resolver, +/-10V command input). The connectors at the bottom side are for command input and (incremental) encoder. On the right side are terminals for low voltage power supply (24V) and cooling fan.