Hi, May I ask for some advice? I am going to cultivate MM as a licensed cultivator in Maine. I plan on using soil so as to learn the trade so to speak. I have the opportunity to build a 4x8 (possibly 6x8) with 7’ ceiling grow space in the middle of my basement. My basement is 60 degrees in winter and may reach 65 during summer. I plan on insulating the sub floor with rigid insulation. Also sheetrocking the walls and insulating those as well. My basement has year round ventilation by way of a 4 inch floor drain that juts out the side of a hill (I have pest protection over this). I will also be installing an inline fan for intake and will exhaust odors through a carbon filter which I will then shoot via PVC through a basement window. I have no neighbors by the way. I would like to start off modestly but would like to go perpetual grow ( 1 plant every 3 weeks perhaps? Doable) using soil. Philosophically I plan on using LED (such as Tasty-LED). The reason is for power consumption and minimizing heat build up. My questions are as follows: #1 What layout, given this space, would be the most efficient? Can someone throw me a sketch or photos of their setup if similar size? Would you have one door into 1 room and then another from that room to the other? Could I keep clones and mother in the Veg room too? #2 Would the exhaust fan (located in the flowering room be able to pull enough ventilation through the veg room and then into the flowering room and then be pushed through a carbon scrubber? #3 If you are familiar with the Tasty-LED COB’s which one or (ones would you recommend for the flower room? And I ask the same for the Veg room? I am reading a lot about this stuff but my head hurts over it sometimes. I want to start off right, if small, and maximize this small space. Does anything seem wrong right off the bat? My electrical service is 100 amps. Would this room be able to stay warm in the correct range in winter? Could you furnish particular models and brands and quantities for the room ventilation? Also would I need additional CO2? Last, if anyone in the Portland, ME area would chime in I would like to talk to you as well. Thank you for reading.