I'm in the process of finishing up my woodshed (see nearby image). I am undecided on sheathing it, I may cover up just the back, both ends and the back, or actually now i'm leaning toward leaving all sides open - but in all cases the entire front is wide open. Anyways, the building faces south. I plan to fill one bay (the farthest left) as much as possible with wood. I'm wondering how people would recommend stacking it, especially with regard to the sun and air flow. Each bay is 8 foot wide, 16 foot deep, and about 7.5 foot tall. So would you run your stacks front to back or left to right? Front to back I think I'd get about 4 runs, so that means less end caps to stack criss/cross. Left to right your first row gets full sun all day, but the back rows are shaded. I guess question is - is it better to let a bit of sun shine down in between all the rows? or let just your front row get baked in the sun all day.