I'm with the your 2 other responses. As long as you stay within the confines of the NEC and your local AHJ with your installation, the people you're really going to have to please is your POCO. They will dictate the parameters you must satisfy in order for them to provide service to your new installation - what they say is going to be the last word.
You need to contact a project manager with the local POCO and review your plan, or better yet, meet them out on site so they can let you know what will fly and help you avoid pitfalls.
POCOs usually have their own set of rules and regulations, and it's a good idea to as educated as possible about those rules - it will save you a lot of headaches, time, money, etc.