Paul, thanks… all good points. Thanks! Here is my thinking on it:
I normally find cold joints in poured concrete to be diagonal, not horizontal. This being because the chute of the concrete truck stays fairly stationary and so the concrete slumps to the sides on an angle then cures some before the next truck arrives.
I can’t find anything on having crawl space vents not being recommended, even if northern climates.
I like the idea of adding a reminder for inspectors to look for missing blocking, like under walls running parrallel but between joists. I can’t find anything about cross bracing though. All I find are arguments that cross bracing does nothing structurally other than perhaps disperses some of the live load over a greater number of joists. I can’t find any reference to them being required anywhere.
We tried to use the structural course to first and foremost remind inspectors to stick to the SOP and not crack analysis which is not their job (and in fact is probably a criminal offense) to do perform any sort of crack analysis (engineering services).