My husband and I are about to break ground on our first home. Being a novice at any type of home experience I'm a little concerned about something that happened to us last week. Several weeks ago, (before Thanksgiving) we told the builder every extra that we wanted that had to be noted on our blueprints. (3 extra windows and an exterior door in the basement.) The sales person told us that she was going to send our additions and where we wanted them, to their home office and that they were going to send edited prints with our changes and then at that point we would make sure that everything was where we wanted it. Something happened, and our prints got lost in the shuffle. It wasn't hard for us to remember where we wanted everything, so we didn't think it was a big deal. The builder called and we arranged to meet with her last Sunday to review the new prints, which she had to "re-order" since they got lost. My problem is this. . . The prints weren't revised. She took regular stock prints and just added things in roughly. I thought at first that we were just redoing what had been lost until she said "Are you sure this is what you want, because after this it is etched in stone." This worried me, because I thought that check prints were supposed to be real renderings of what our house is going to be, not her penciling things in roughly. Am I overreacting?