So on to more fun things. The guys installing my Owens Corning basement "system" have been incredibly accomodating and friendly. In fact, we have a discussion either at the end of each day or the beginning to talk through what's happening next and whether or not we have any questions or requests. I have unfortunately made the electricians move a few things more than once, but it's so damn hard to visualize how a t.v. that you haven't bought yet is going to mount on a wall that isn't there yet.
I will say that I'm very happy with this so far. Although the drawbacks on buying an Owens Corning basement "system" are the high-pressured sales tactics (really unnecessary given the name that backs this) and the fact that they just don't do any plumbing or flooring (try explaining all of this to other sub-contractors), my basement is shaping up to be one nice room addition to our house.
Here's a few shots of the basement at the conclusion of Day 06:
This is a view of the main room from the bottom of the steps.
This is a view towards our bar area from the back of the room.
This is a view of our entertainment wall. This is what I refer to as trying to envision a 47" flat-screen LCD with wires hidden and a place for all of our components.
So, that's it for this post. Boo on CompuBiz still. You sucked through this process and although I finally have my $139 printer, I could have spent that on GAS to get it quicker.