I went though and reset the default template back to the original file from SoftPlan installation.
Then I went through and created 4 different project templates based on the type of drawing that I am creating.
My main template has all of my new wall definitions now and is the main template that I use for most of my files including floor plans and elevation drawings.
The next one is a Section template. That one I adjusted the scale of all the text and arrows for as I draw most of my sections at 1/2 inch as opposed to my floor plan and elevation drawings which are usually 1/4 inch scale.
Then I have a Detail template. Which again this mostly just adjusts the scale of all the drawing items and text as many of my details are either 3/4 inch scale or 1 inch equals 1 foot.
And the last is a Plot Plan template. This again adjusts mostly the scales of the items on the drawings but also converts them over to decimal feet instead of feet and inches and I will mostly draw a plot plan around 1 inch equals 10 feet.
The one thing that I do not like about templates is that if I choose to make a new wall type for some reason, I now have to go back through and do it for every one of my custom templates if I plan on using it in them. It is almost like I wish that I had one main template and the some sub-templates just for changing around the scales based on my drawing type.