Here is the spray foam in the rafters. We still need to get gyp up on the knee wall to the right so they can come back and foam the back side of that wall.
Foam in the clerestory.
This is the box cut into the opposite wall. They foamed the back side of this wall (garage truss wall over the kitchen). Again, you can see how the foam fills every tiny hole.
I went around and foamed all of the electrical boxes in place as well as the wires. The foam later got shaved off flush with the ICF.
Here is the attic seal. As you can see, I skipped ahead some to after the gyp was hung here in the pictures. They start by installing the attic baffles. They put a small piece of batt in there to hold it in place. They then foam from the ceiling up, over the top plates and over the baffle. This holds it to the roof and prevents any air wind washing the blown insulation.
A view along a top of a wall. They foam all wall connections, electrical boxes, pipes, etc.
I found a small spot they missed. I got filled it with a shot of can foam.