Only change we have adopted is that we have all 15amp circuits except for the outside circuit AFCI protected.
As watersparksfalls pointed out, nothing substantive has changed for AFCI's. See 210.12 of your 2005 NEC.
Depending on your area, a 2005-compliant house may not be '02-compliant. An example would be jetted bathtubs (680.74). The requirements have loosened up a shade. If the AHJ takes issue with this, and they amend 2005 before they adopt it, to change this, that's their right. It's presumptive to assume they will adopt 2005 with no changes.
For the most part it's more restrictive, not less, therefore complying with the 2005 wouldn't mess with you for the most part. But it's something you have to bear in mind.
What would compel you to wire all with AFCI's? (I'm not saying it's illegal, it's not, but curious why.)