Originally Posted by summer scamp
.....My buddy the electrician will be here Saturday morning so I'd like to have a solid plan maybe even pull some wire or something before then if I can nail down at least where I need to put it
One thing you might do to help speed things up for your buddy. Pull a wire along the wall behind the cabinet from front couch to under sink. Leave it at least twice length required to cover the distance.
This wire becomes a "pull wire" that you can use to pull new wires through that location by taping new wire to pull wire. Because the pull wire is twice the length there is always an end of it available to tape on the next new wire and pull it through.
Set up pull wire(s) through the routes you think wires may need to run around the wall. Sometimes you want to run pull wire in two or more stages, from one point of easy access to the next.
Then when you buddy decides what wire he wants to run where he won't have to waste time on trying to get the new wire run. Just tape on, pull through, and hook up.
When I did commercial work it was common practice to leave the pull wire or pull line in place, never know when one would need to run something else through the same tight spot or long utility route.