I have read over numerous posts on here regarding basement insulation as well as checked out building science.com. I have poured concrete walls that are water proofed on the exterior. I have never had any signs of moisture I'm also in zone 5. My originally plan was to use 2" XPS on the walls and frame right up against the XPS, but leave the stud cavities empty. This would provide me R-10 continuos insulation. My local building inspector says I need to have a minimum or R-11. He suggested to frame a 1/2" off the concrete walls and use faced or unlaced insulation. No mention of vapor barrier, but my research has suggested that is an old way of thinking. So now I'm thinking of framing 1/2"-1" away from the concrete wall and using Roxul and then 1/2" drywall. Anyone see any problems with this or have any suggestions?