Was finally able to spend some time this weekend cleaning up the HT and organizing the DW scraps before moving on to the next steps. Also finished caulking around the top and bottom of the walls, corners, and both sides of the door frame. There were a couple other DW seams that I wasn't real happy with so I caulked those too. Smoothed it out real nice so there shouldn't be any issues with mudding/taping.
Looking from the riser area toward the screen wall. Added a 6" extension to the supplies so it would be easier to attach the flex duct when that time comes.
Looking from the screen wall toward the back wall.
Here is the waste pipe that I need to treat before building the angle wall in front of it.
You can see it is pretty close to the DW on the right side. I should be able to get the MLV between there, but if I can't it will be as close as it can get. Then, depending on how it sounds with water running through it, I may also wrap it in insulation before building the wall. I then plan to fill that cavity with insulation, and cover with the remaining sheet of 5/8" DW.
Here's a question for all you GG lovers out there. In the process of putting up the 2nd layer of DW, I inadvertantly got some GG on the flex duct and room side of the DW. Wiped it off as best as I could. Now there is a slightly sticky spot on the wall.
Since the walls will be fabric covered, I'm tempted to just leave it. My thought is that trying to clean it off will do more damage to the DW paper. The only bad thing I can think of for leaving it, is that I'll know it's there...