I'm trying to follow the 2005 Nat'l Electric Code to do some easy wiring in a walkout basement (required in VA). I want to add outlets and lighting around a 1200 sq. ft. area, so I'm trying to get it right for inspection. So far, I am told the following: - outlets every 12' on a wall, every 6' from a door or walkthrough, and at least one in a 10'+ hall. Also, need at least one on any wall of 2' or wider - wall outlets 15 amp; bathroom 20??? - all bathroom outlets GFCI, and pretty much anything near water GFCI - safe estimate for load rating is 8-10 outlets on a circuit (I have no more than 6 on a circiut) - 14/2 AWG minimum for outlets, 12/2 for lights/fans - drilling studs for wire must not be more than 40% of width of stud; hole must be 1.25" from drywall or else a nail plate must be put up. I am very capable wiring this up by myself and will not call an electrician to do anything but inspect and do the final wiring into the panel. I just want to make sure I don't have to redo anything. Can someone tell me if I'm missing anything, or if something is wrong? Thanks.