So the first thing I see is how are the enclosed attic spaces (enclosed overhangs) cross-ventilated?
I see the continuous 2-inch soffit vents at the bottom, but that's it! Typically, you would have intercommunication with the main attic (though holes in the blocking above the wall top plates, etc) and that would provide the cross ventilation. But as drawn, the main attic is part of the conditioned space since the rigid insulation is located above the roof sheathing.
As drawn, only ventilating taking place is at the bottom (in the soffit). It does not comply with Section 1203.2. Im stumped to what you can do given that you have rigid insulation above and batt insulation vertically sealing off this space!
Anyway to provide vents through the deck/rigid insulation above the enclosed space- good luck
Now I'm wondering how many plan examiners and inspectors would have caught this or commented on it.