Electrician will be coming this week to wire the HT so I thought I'd post my plan here to try and get some feedback on things I may have missed. My HT is in a completely new addition so while the walls are open I'd like to try and cover as many bases as possible. (NOTE: I've posted a diagram here for reference) Here's what I'm planning: 1. 60A subpanel in equipment room - will be a 125A 24-space panel wired to handle the full load but fed from a 60A breaker. All lighting and outlets not dedicated to A/V equipment will be on same phase & leg. (though I'm not sure how critical this is in a subpanel application, I have the room so what the heck...) 2. Two 20A dedicated quad outlets in equipment room 3. 20A dedicated quad outlet in lobby area (mini-fridge, popcorn machine, etc.) 4. Dedicated 20A ceiling outlet at projector location 5. Two 20A outlets (dedicated circuit) on both side walls behind proscenium (in case of future powered subs) 6. 15A ceiling receptacle behind proscenium wall (future motorized drapes) 7. Two 15A floor receptacles on riser (motorized recliners) 8. Three 15A receptacles in face of riser (motorized recliners & convenience) 9. Seagull 600W 12v magnetic transformer in equipment room (LV rope lighting) 10. Nine 4" recessed cans in theater area (3x3 grid) & three cans in lobby 11. Five wall sconces - two along each side wall and one on rear wall. 12. Recesseed wall step lights for riser steps 13. Various 15A convenience outlets to meet code requirements. Lobby cans will be controlled by Lutron Maestro dimmer near the entrance to the lobby. All lighting in the theater itself will be controlled via a six zone Grafik Eye. (model GRX-3106) Grafik eye will be wired according to the "DE two-box method". Zones setup as follows: Zone 1 - Front two wall sconces Zone 2 - Rear three wall sconces Zone 3 - Front six recessed cans Zone 4 - Rear three recessed cans Zone 5 - Step lights Zone 6 - LV transformer in equipment room So, what have I missed? Obviously I haven't touched on the low voltage A/V wiring. I'll leave that to another post once the main electrical work is complete. All comments and/or suggestions are welcome.