Originally Posted by nealtw
Tx Builder, A finished wall looks like a finished wall. Leaving the drywall in place is standard for a temp. wall and today's market with all this open concept stuff, you can be sure this will be temp. Leaving the drywall in place adds to fire and noise abatement and if this is on the top floor, there would be a chance of cutting the vapour barier and that never gets fixed properly.
You win, you win! All good points.
Just do what Neal says, OP!