What a puzzle to put together!
OK. . . . the trusses are on. Looks like a cathedral, doesn't it?
Let's step back a bit to get a better overview. Here's the view from the living room (still uncovered) towards the kitchen, which is now covered by the engineered trusses.
Unfortunately, the studio is going backwards. . . . It appears that the trussing didn't match the elevation - meaning: "It doesn't look like the picture." They've torn out the offending trusses and I think they will "stick-build" this portion, to suit. Otherwise, we were going to be ending up with one tiny little stucco/timbered portion sticking up above the roof that would look rather like the triangle eye on top of the pyramid on a one dollar bill.
In the king's last house, he ended up with what he affectionately referred to as "Neal's tits" - the architect's miscalculation which resulted in two protrusions into what would otherwise have been a circular ceiling line.
"This would be more like a single nipple. . . ."
Anyway, it's gone now.