This is how the tick farmhouse has looked since May:
As you can see, the exterior is completely finished, complete with gutters and a rebuilt porch deck. The interior walls were also all framed in, giving a skeletal sense of the final configuration.
By mid-June, the external electrical work was all finished, with the new service lines to the house buried, and new sub-panels in the yard, well-house, and along the driveway put in. Plus an extra conduit for low-voltage stuff and plumbing!
As I write this, the interior electrical work is slowly progressing. Although I intend to put in gas for cooking, water, and drying, I'm having the place wired for both just in case. Plenty of outlets inside and out, the kitchen layout more or less sorted, and my current fun involves planning the (many) ethernet drops. Oh, what fun!
I'm hoping by the end of the summer I'll be able to drywall off the HVAC closet, get an air condiditioner installed, and maybe even close off the ceiling! Then it's just the new water heater (and natural gas piping for the kitchen and dryer) before the place is techically habitable again -- so I can take it easy and let my finances recover before moving onto the next phases -- namely the kitchen, bathrooms, and closing off the interior walls.
...And so it goes. :)