After a party like this thread has had the last week (one of many, I hope), the only responsible thing to do is clean up. I invited Axel down to check it out. He approves.
I had to make room for the new drywall. I've moved the sheet goods and the 2x4s to the next room to make way.
So here's a quick question for you guys. The silenseal I bought was calculated for the edges of the room. That was the instruction I got from John, and I understand the rationale - no problems. I'm concerned, however, about larger gaps that show up here and there in the field of the wall boards. I'll be sure to have my seams all on different lines, but should I do anything about these gaps? Some of them are pretty wide - this one might be more than a 1/4 inch.
This one on the other hand, is probably only 1/16.
Oh, and who's got a drywall lift, a shop vac, and is ready to keep building? This guy!
I don't always clean up, but when I do, I prefer a shop vac. Stay tidy, my friends.