Number of faucet holes to cut in countertop
So what we could do now is cut the 1 hole for the faucet, and 1 hole for the soap dispenser.
However, if we decide to switch to a different faucet in the future, and it needs more holes, we'd need to get more holes cut at that time or be restricted to only 1 hole faucets.
So the question we have is, do we cut just the single hole for now and worry about potentially cutting more holes when we need to later?
Do we cut the standard set of holes (e.g. 3) and use a cover plate or nicer options like individual caps?