I know many on this forum like to construct their own wood racks, but I'm not particularly handy, and the wife likes things very neat around the house. So... I decided to pick up a few metal storage firewood racks at Brookstone. The units are actually very well rated, and the price isn't too bad (I've seen others online for over twice the cost). Anyway, they also sell vinyl covers which look promising except that they seem to cover the entire wood pile. Is this a problem? :roll: I thought you were supposed to cover the top of the wood pile from rain/snow, but then leave the sides exposed to sun and wind, to allow for the seasoning process. Here's a picture of the vinyl cover: http://www.brookstone.com/outdoor-log-rack-covers.html?his=2~46337~2~root_category@kwd~firewood&bkiid=searchResults|C4CategoryProdList1FDT|6962945 What do my fellow wood burners think about such a cover??