While I spent many hours planning for wiring and than actually running the wires I didn't take any pics. As stated above I have (3) 20 amp circuits run to the theater (1) for subwoofers and (2) to the AV alcove. I also ran (3) 15 amp circuits (1) for lights and (2) for outlets. Other special wiring included:
1) 14/2 run from AV alcove to projector this will allow me to use a UPS so the projector lamp has backup power to shut down properly if the power goes out
2) Fire alarm cable from the hallway so the alarm in the theater will be tied into rest of home
3) Subwoofer cables to backer boxes in all four corners
4) (2) cat 6 cables from AV alcove to router
5) Speaker wire to LCR backer boxes since I won't have access once drywall goes up. The other speaker wires will run through the columns and soffits to the installed conduits and can be run later.
6) I also had to reroute our septic alarm this will end up being in one of the columns now
7) Finally I ran wire from both AC infinity T8 fans to the AV alcove. With the new connectors I purchased on Amazon this will allow me to extend the controllers to the AV rack with out altering the factory wiring.
One of the few wiring pics I took was the States sign off on the rough in inspection
Here is a shot of the AV alcove at this point
While early in the process equipment started to arrive. This was tough for me becuase while I really didn't want to store it or spend the money decisions had to be made for wiring and other construction reasons so I have a fair an mount of money sitting in a spare bedroom
Next up I was back in the shop making backer boxes for the LCR's and the front sub woofer cables. Basic construction 3/4" MDF with 1/4" cement board and GG between them. The LCR box size was determined by using the mfg recommended Cu ft then fitting into my space. Since I only had 4" depth to work with they are rather big but not deep.