we're in the very early stages of our kitchen remodel and it's become painfully evident that I've got some major rewiring to do. besides the fact that none of the outlets are GFCI protected,there are several appliances that should have their own circuit and don't .(like the microwave which trips a breaker when an electric heater is turned on) so,I'm going to have to run something like 5 new 20A circuits. unfortunately,my panel (upgraded to 150A a couple years ago) has no free slots for any new breakers. my solution is to add a "sub-panel" devoted to the kitchen circuits. this panel will be fed from the 50A duplex breaker that used to feed the electric range but now will be unused since our new range will be gas. does a 50A feed to my subpanel sound ok? the new panel will be a GE 125A panel I saw at HD for about $25. is GE an ok brand or should I stick with square D like the main panel? I guess I'm lucky in a way since my main panel is directly below the kitchen.