So I did my first 'jenga stack' end caps on one half of one of my 8' sheet metal pallets. I think the jenga stacks are way better for holding the ends together than my other methods so far!! However, they take forever to get up and going!! Throwing all the wood regular in the middle goes so fast. Are there any tips or tricks to doing the jenga technique? Here is my first attempt. Next time I think I'll stop at 4', this one is at 5'!! Then I realized that the ground wasn't perfectly level, so I added some rounds to the other side until I can add some counterweight!! My first attempt using this new technique. Until viewing the photos I really didn't even realize that the right side jenga was crooked...oops! Also, I ran this one EW right after I had posted asking about best ways! After filling this one up I plan on running a long line of stacks inline with the ones you can see in the second photo on the right side, which are NS. Thanx for the advice!