Hey Chad, I think there's a lot of good advice here. I've had people inquire about mine and hadn't really given it much thought but your situation shows how easy this could get out of hand. I like the idea about having a supply of odds and ends available for others and leaving a hands off policy on the split and stacked wood. Something I've done in business that you could also apply here would be that when the odd stuff is gone there is no more until you get some and then you'd be happy to call them. Another message I liked was to get them to help you out. You could tell them that's the way they can pay you back, but that could backfire-they might think since they're helping, they should be able to help themselves. Thanks for bring this up, I'm going to be head of the game when someone thinks, oh, look at all that wood, mind if I take some for my firepit. I think what I'll do is say, I don't want to get into the stacks, but I'm going out "blank" come along and we'll cut you some, you should be able to get plenty."