You had an awesome garage floor plan - we will tweak a bit to better serve our exact needs. We like the covered area outside the garden storage and half bath (we can see tucking a full wheelbarrow there overnight, etc.). We like the windows on the E/W garage walls - we'd make awning style, though, so we could leave them open most of the year. We'll use a traditional equal hipped roof for the garage so that the front doesn't look so odd from the street (might put a skylight/Solatube in the center of the garage, who knows?).
Your master bathroom and closet is very much like what we had originally designed ourselves; we may modify closet as necessary for Safe Room and probably completely redesign bathroom layout with input from the other designs.
The screened porch from the pool room is great-very much our ideal; we'll probably put a door on the west or south wall in the pool room to allow access directly to the garden w/o having to operate the Nana-wall to get outside. We like the operable transom (awning) windows in the pool room and master bathroom. We like the covered porch outside the master bedroom, too.
Good roof design, one where we can easily install gutters and downspouts to manage rain. Thanks for making the roofs solar-ready.
The courtyard and parterre design would interfere with access of utility maintenance equipment to the easement, but they were beautiful and the folks at work loved looking at the blueprint hanging on my cube wall! :) Instead, we'll actually have an outdoor grill/eating/hang out space under a giant pergola (plus a pond, waterfall, and our "stream").
To keep your axis aesthetic in the courtyard, you had to set the garage too far back (south) on property. We are more pragmatic and want more garden space (and to pay less annual fees on impervious surface on our property!), so we'll move it back north.
The other pitfalls were the locations of the Safe Room, Sewing Room, Laundry, and Master Sitting Area. The Safe Room is under the HVAC equipment in the attic. I want to be able to cut fabric and press work-in-progress in the Sewing Room and would not have the necessary space. I'm still pondering possible solutions. Also, the bay window idea in sewing room might interfere with the redesign of The Rest of the House. The Decorative door is 8 foot tall - we can't cut it down without ruining the design, but, a neat idea to have it as part of the sewing room. We set the washer to start up at 3am so that we can put a load in to dry when we get up; having it right next to the bedroom could be a problem, but we're still considering soundproofing that wall and not having a door directly into our bedroom. Lastly, the sitting area looks into the bedroom, instead of to the outside.
Lack of interior views made us work harder to imagine how the design would work for us. But overall, there was much to like and learn in your design as we studied it and we sincerely thank you for participating.