My BIL is a good guy with carpentry skills, so he was willing to help me. I did two things with him - 1. widened a gate to 7' to I could back my truck close, 2. help me put this 8x12 structure together. 6" tall in the back, and 7' in the front. With all the slopes on the property, it's not visible from the road, and my neighbor is a burner. Checked all the photos on the shed thread. Started sketching and realized I knew not one thing about building. Tons of reading later I think I'm starting to get it. Will use six pallets on bricks for the floor. Was smart enough to account for the footprint of the pierblocks and still get the inside dimension of 8x12 (so much for the roof overhang, though...). After all my planning and helping build it, I realized the irony is that if you're smart enough to built it, you don't need no stinkin' plans. I gave myself extra credit for getting 2x6x16 boards and 12' Galvalume sections home safely in a 6' truck bed. We had to score and split one of those roof sections longways and that was a thrill. Wood is all pressure treated. As I look at it, I realize there's one thing I NEVER want to see again - it's EMPTY! Still contemplating sides. Will hold 3 cords at 4' high, and stuffed ought to be 4.5 cords. Two days and change was not too bad. And it's solid. Thanks for all the help whether you knew you were giving it or not.