I have a four foot wide floor to ceiling interior wall that needs a very large patch. The hole is about two feet wide and from the floor to less than six inches below the drywall seam.
To the left of the hole is an inside corner, to the right an outside corner.
I'm not sure which is the easier and cleaner course of action, keeping in mind that I am not skilled with drywall -
1. Patch it as is, and deal with the resulting butt joints.
2. Pull the entire 4x4 lower sheet of drywall out, leaving me finishing half an inside corner, half an outside corner, and retaping the taper joint.
3. Pull out the lower and upper drywall sheets and start from scratch on that wall.