So I have this electrical box that is housing 2 switches, one of which isn't currently controlling anything, the switches aren't even grounded either, so I'm getting rid of the useless switch and cleaning up that box.
The power enters the box from the 12/3 cable at the bottom right of the box (both red and black are already hot entering) and then from that box there are two 12/2 cables, one going to outdoor lights, and the other one to the doorbell chime box.
For reference, here is the current box, so that right switch is not currently serving any purpose since red and black are already hot coming in. (I'm sure I could re-wire the previous 2 receptacles in the circuit correctly as to have that switch control them, but I don't use them so I'm not interested in that, I'd rather remove that switch altogether):
Here is how I'm planning to re-wire it (and yes, I will also use a wire nut to properly tie all ground wires), and I mapped the full circuit for reference, a few receptacles before this box, and it is not a MWBC, 12/2 from the breaker box, the 12/3 only starts from the third receptacle :
This looks right to me, but would appreciate a sanity check. Thanks!