I was bored so I noticed that there have been several North/South cluster Geno 2.0 results posted at semargl.me. I copied and pasted into a spreadsheet the results for a Z220 in one column, a Z278 in another, and a Z214 in a third and then did a comparison, looking for snp's that were found in one but not others. This is what I found.
CTS12074 was found in both the Z278 and Z214 results, but not in the Z220 results.
There are a number of errors, as M269 and M173 were found in the Z214 results but not the other two. Also P25 was found in the Z220 and Z214 results but not the Z278 results.
But now for the most important snp's, the z's.
These were positive in the Z220 results: Z148+, Z191+, Z195+, Z196+, Z209+, Z210+, Z215+, Z220+, Z268+, Z274+, Z365+. Notice the presence of Z215 and Z210, which I believe Rich Rocca has on his chart down below Z220 and clustered around Z216.
These are the snp's that are found in the Z278 results NOT FOUND IN Z220: Z211+, Z212+, Z216+, Z270+, Z273+, Z278+, and Z295+.
And finally, these are the snp's that are found in the Z214 results NOT FOUND in either Z220 or Z278: Z214+, Z279+, and Z299+.
The next thing I am going to accomplish is a side by side comparison of multiple Z220 results looking for the same thing.
As it stands so far two former Z220* individuals tested with geno 2.0 and their new terminal is Z210, which puts them just up from Z216/Z278 in the North/South cluster.