Just wondering what methods inspectors are allowing to protect/hide the grounding conductor. In the past I have ran my bare #6 in my service conductor pvc which simply passes through the meter and then I terminate it in the panel. Normally saskpower has their feeders to the house long before the service is installed so this isn't an issue for me to do this way as I run their wires with my ground into the socket and just call them to terminate and install meter.My issue this time with that method is Saskpower does not have their feeders to my meter socket yet,(but my end is terminated) and I cant see them being happy to install their feeders through my conduit that already has wire in it. I know others just run it on surface of the house unprotected, and I have also seen it drilled into the bottom of an LB fitting between the meter and panel which then sleeves it into the panel with the feeders. What is your preferred methods? I want it to look pretty yet eliminate holes into the house.