Cabin Plumbing Design/Floorplan (Louisiana) - looking for suggestions

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Hi - I've been working on the plumbing design for a new cabin in Louisiana and was looking for some feedback.

1) Are the wet vents okay?
2) Do the pipe sizes look okay?
3) Are any cleanouts missing?
4) Any suggestions (that meet code) :) for making the design more efficient/less work?

I've included the plumbing design and floor plan below. Some notes on the diagram:

1) the design shows some 90-degree horizontal turns but plan to use wyes and/or 45s for most of those (hard to show on this diagram)
2) plan to run vent through back wall and up above the roof
3) vents will be installed in 2x6 wall so 2" vent pipes should not be an issue

Thanks in advance for any feedback.

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