I'm not sure how you are pulling your readings so I'm going to assume you unhooked the negative cable then hooked the meter between the negative cable and the negative terminal. There should always be around a .50 draw there, anything more is suspect. You have to be sure the bcm is turning off (going into sleep mode) before testing so hook it up and wait 30 minutes, if the reading is still the same jump a wire between the leads on the meter and wait for it to show a drop which is the vehicle going into sleep mode. Remove the jumper if you had to do that and start pulling the lower amp interior fuses first.
From what you have posted it sounds like your testing with the bcm still awake. The diagram I found shows the bcm running off a 20amp circuit breaker. It also shows the #7 fuse running to the headlight switches and the daytime running light module. Double check the headlight switch, the beam select switch (low beam/high beam on column), the headlight delay module, the daylight running light module, and possibly the fog light relay. From what the diagram I found shows those are the only things receiving power from the #7 fuse.
The door modules should stay hot with a slight charge to facilitate lock functions and alarm functions. I added the diagram I found but not sure it'll be big enough for you to read. Shoot me a pm if you have any trouble getting the full size version and I'll get it to you via email or such. Good luck.