If you asked these buyers, they would expect that the electrical system is more than cheap and minimum.
Why should they? Is the EC getting paid to provide more than code minimum wiring?
What I would install depends on whether or not the buyer was willing to spend extra on something like electrical infrastructure, as opposed to eye candy like marble countertops and wood trim.
Some very well might (especially if such upgrades were even MENTIONED as options by the builder), but a good percentage of buyers would likely insist on saving money on all that "technical stuff" that "nobody ever sees anyway", and put the savings toward stuff that will impress their fellow yuppies.
If the builder brings the EC in on the meeting, then maybe such issues can get addressed, along with possibilities for VDV, security, home automation, energy management, etc.
But if the person paying to do the work is only paying for code minimum, that's all they are going to get....
[This message has been edited by NJwirenut (edited 04-13-2006).]