We are remodeling our condo and I noticed that the plumber placed the kitchen faucet in the "industry standard" position. However, to me the faucet seems to be positioned too close to the edge of the sink. As a result, the faucet extends so far over the sink that it seems to take up a lot of sink space. And, when you turn the water on, the stream hits the front of the basin. Shouldn't it hit the back of the basin/drain instead? It seems as if the faucet would really get in the way if I tried to use the sink for washing dishes and food prep, and I wonder if splashing would be an issue because of the fact that the stream of water is closer to my body. Am I just being too particular? Someone please tell me this is not a big deal, because I really don't want to have to redo the granite countertop and put the faucet hole in a different spot!