Cellulose and wiring in attic
We live outside Boston, in a house about 50 years old. Given our oil bills last year, we've decided we really need to improve our insulation. We had an energy audit via our utility company, and got a lot of useful information, including the suggestion that we add a lot of insulation to the attic. Reading here, it sounds like a lot of people really recommend the blown-in cellulose.
My question is: all our wiring is Romex, so, from what I understand, it's fine if that comes in contact with the cellulose. However, we have a lot of wiring projects to do - installing ceiling cans, moving light switches, etc. Will it be a huge pain to do these after we have cellulose blown in? For people who have the loose cellulose in their attics, is digging around between the rafters looking for wiring relatively painless, or should we try to do all the wiring projects before getting the insulation in?