Kitchen code for GFI circuits applies only to counter top outlets, or within six feet of the sink. So I'm good on the freezers. Had to check though, couldn't remember. I think the two outlets for the freezers are the only ones on that circuit. Fridge needs a dedicated circuit for the code. Also for a dish washer or garbage disposal, which I don't plan on putting in. (getting tired of running wires for "just in case"), and getting tired of buying more wire for sure. I don't plan on putting drywall on the ceiling except for the bedroom, so it won't be that bad of a job to do later on.
There is another head scratcher. I need to access both breaker panals for a generator, as I have one on the main floor and one in the basement. So do I need two pole disconnects? Really don't want to back feed it though a breaker. (This was supposed to be done by the electrician who wired the main floor, but he really didn't want to do it).
At present, if we need the gen, its a cord through the window.