Every now and again, you'll go back to a place to trim out, and the kitchen or bathroom counter areas that were installed don't jive with the plan you were originally given. That sorta makes the electrician's work look junky, but what's a guy to do? This is what happened to me today in a bathroom. The GFCI at this double sink ended up right square behind the one spiggot. The basin layout, as installed, was way different than the original plan. This one was a bummer, too, because that box gets the home run for a multi wire circuit. There was the 3-wire home run in there, a 2-wire leaving to serve the second circuit, and a GFCI load side cable going to the rec at the other end. The builder (this was a spec home) just wanted me to blank plate that GFCI. I couldn't really do that, because the other receptacle was about 6 feet away from this basin. The "after" picture was the best compromise between what he wanted me to do and what I'd have liked to have done. I just ran a line and load side 2-wire from the existing box over to a new box, and blank plated the connections in the existing box. Suck azz way to do things, but whatever.