So, this isn't really an "Advanced Setup", but there are many who enjoy keeping up on Sonos and whatever their newest products are by going through the FCC database, and we tend to be "advanced" users. As a result, I thought I'd post this list of FCC IDs registered to Sonos. I will do what I can to keep this list current over time.
Notably missing from this list are the Connect:Amp (ZP120), Connect (ZP90), and first generation Play:5. The RM000, RM001, and RM002 wireless cards were certified to be modular RF components, so they could be used in multiple devices without those devices needing separate FCC IDs. I assume this is why specific FCC IDs were not created for these three Sonos devices.
I don't know why there are two Play:1 models with different FCC IDs.
Grantee Code: SBV - Sonos Inc.
FCCID - Product name/model
RM016 - S18/S22 "Satellite speaker"
RM015 - S16/Amp
RM014 - S14/Beam
RM013 - S15/Connect (updated wireless card from Mini PCI to Mini PCIe, unknown if other changes)
RM012 - S13/Sonos One
RM011 - S11/Playbase
RM010 - S100/Play:5 Gen2
RM009 - Play:1
RM008 - Boost
RM007 - Play:1
RM006 - Playbar
RM005 - Sub
RM004 - Play:3
RM002 - Wireless Mini-PCI Card (WMP-N06; considered to be Sonos original equipment)
RM001 - Wireless Mini-PCI Card (RM001; Alpha Networks WMP-N06)
RM000 - Wireless Mini-PCI Card (RM000; Cameo Communications WLG-1304)
CR003 - CR200
CR002 - Wireless Mini-PCI Card (Atheros AR5BMB5)
CR001 - CR100
CR000 - Wireless Mini-PCI Card (Foxconn T60H786)
ZP002 - ZP80
ZP001 - ZP100
ZP000 - Wireless Mini-PCI Card (Samsung SWL-2700M)
BR000 - Bridge
DK001 - Dock for iPod (30 pin connector)
Non-Sonos products with Sonos technology
FHO-E1776 - IKEA SYMFONISK Lamp + Speaker, Sonos S20
FHO-E1801- IKEA Bookshelf Speaker (more details Sept 2019)
Edit: Last Updated 6/9/2019