I'll try not to drag this thread out as long as the 'next' workbench thread. I've picked up some supplies to cover the wall exposed during the electrical install (thanks for the assist dad).
A few random pieces of drywall left by the previous owners will come down (the insulation job was their's too). Bulk of the surface will be OSB painted white. Balance will be drywall to replace and patch areas that were removed or punched through during the electrical install.
The opposite wall (not pictured) is already drywalled and will get some patching, etc. so it can be painted when this wall is. I hope to up my light 'bounce' with glossy white walls on each side of the shop and the white interior of the roll up door adjacent.
Update 102407: That's one . . .
Who knows, after I patch all my hack drywall work, prime and paint; it just might pass.