I guess I'm still working on the Brewery and Bar that I talked about in other threads. The original design called out for 3 receptacle circuits in the bar area and one lighting circuit. I went with 9 receptacle circuits and 2 lighting circuits because I knew that the owner loved to add stuff in down stream. The plans did not include cameras, TV's, soffit lighting, dedicated circuits, WAPs, or any other low voltage installations such as DMX, strip lighting and remote monitor for surveillance cams. I was rushed to get everything installed and then tasked with extras after the fact. Now I get requests for new stuff to be added every other week or so. Here is a photo of what happened. It really bugs me to have to scab in a bunch of conduit on the back side of the Bar to feed all this extra stuff. Had I known ahead of time I would have just ran 2 gutters. One for low voltage and the other for power and lighting. The wall that separates the brewery from the bar was packed with plumbing and vent stacks so there was not much room for conduit runs anyways. What a mess. I should have posted this in "gems of the trade."