I've mentioned this in passing in an earlier post and no one threw a flag, but I want to ask specifically. When I update a bathroom outlet to GFCI, I (if possible) put the light and/or fan on the load side of the GFCI so that the switches are GFCI protected as well. Is this right, wrong, unnecessary, etc? I was told a HUD inspector balked at the light going out during a test inspection.