So, without going to the effort to get a screen shot of the design concept, I’m building wood racks that are each 8 feet wide x 4 feet deep x 7 feet high. These will be arranged in long continuous rows, to facilitate easily unloading into the wagon I use to haul wood up to the house. I’m trying to decide on the best roofing material. It is visible from mine and my neighbors houses, so cosmetics are important. I’ve done cedar shake for my other sheds, and it has several advantages, namely weight (these racks are tall and narrow) and cosmetics. But, it’s not the quickest or cheapest roofing to apply. I’d been thinking about going metal, but all panels I’m familiar with are only 2’ - 3’ wide, and at least 8 feet long. That means tons of cutting, to fit my roofs that are 8 feet wide and 2.25’ long. Advice? Ideas? I’m pretty set on the concept of sticking with long rows of racks, like this, I’ve tried other ways of arranging the wood and none of them to seem to play as well with my method of moving them up to the house. It would be nice to just build a big honkin shed, and make part of that available for parking my trailer(s), but I haven’t come up with such a shed that wouldn’t be a nightmare to load/unload from my tractor and wagon. I’m moving 6 - 10 cords of wood per year, well 2x per year, given I’m hauling that up to the house while replacing it with freshly split stuff each year.