Working with the esp32-s2 has been super interesting! Like many boards produced by ai-thinker, this one didn't have a great fritzing model so I adapted one of the existing esp32-s2 dev module boards to look more like the one produced by ai-thinker.
I have played around with the esp32-c3-32s for a while, and it doesn't have a decent fritzing board. So I have been forced to make some less than optimal images showing a simple project on a breadboard.
There is an overhead to being able to edit existing boards. I have yet to understand how boards are created from scratch, because they look so accurate!