The 200 amp feed is for the subpanel that I have sent pictures of previously when I had the issue of the bushing and you responded to me composing a picture where you added a nipple and a grounding bushing. The main and subpanel are identical design except that one is a main breaker and the other is MLO, and they are situated about 25 feet apart.
The sub is for future use.
The Zinsco panel is the one that you see next to the right of the new main panel in the later pictures. It is still the only panel connected to the power company.
The lid for the breakers is down in the picture, the breaker compartment is just below the meter.The meter and breakers are one unit.
I can send you a picture with the lid up if you need it.
I am also not too sure about the grounding wire running up to the meter socket.The inspector did not say anything about it. That wire terminates in a grounding bushing installed a the other end of the conduit. It does not continue into the meter socket area.
I do not undestand the part that you said "to bond the grounding wire on the pipe as it enters you home", I need more information on this part.
The inspector accepted your load calc, he had no questions about it, thanks.