Ok guys I had seen those links for some odd reason I thought that there was another link. Maybe one of the issues that we are having is that I called it standing seam but it is more of a slap over panel. We do not run a seamer up the ribs, they just clip over. So unfortunatly some of those details are not going to work..... The Z-clips are there to keep the water from being forced up under the pitch break flashing. See the picture below for what they look like. They are a little bit of a pain to put in but once we get into a rythme with it, it seems to be going fast. If the pitch break was not at the bottom of the dormer then I know how I would flash this (and is confirmed by your pictures) It is the pitch break that is killing me so far. Maybe once I start to do it everything will all fall into place...?????
FWIW- The details are the same on each type of material. You're using a snap-lock and the only difference is that a part of the outer leg of the snap gets cut off. Just feel free to browse all the albums for anything that seem pertinent to your situation.
I like the manufacturers details you posted, I would stick with those. They are typical details we use in commercial work. BTW pick up a SMACNA Manual. They are worth there weight in gold if your doing that much metal roofing/metal work