If you are a lazy/arguably incompetent stacker like I am, I have a few recommendations for your shed: 1. Leave the wood outside until it is dry so that it doesn't shrink in your shed 2. Use a cinder/asphalt/rock base and a plywood ceiling so that you can stack tight to the ceiling 3. Locate it as close to where you burn as possible, preferably in an area where the snow gets cleared anyway 4. Size it for one seasons burn with a conservative safety stock, I like 50% but have been told by many that is much too conservative 5. If you get drifting snow, put it on the protected side of the house if you have one I spend zero time making my stacks look pretty and go 9'+ high without worrying about them going over. If you take pride in your stacks as more than just a means to an end or have other mitigating factors like curb appeal, bug concerns, etc., disregard the above.