Got started on a greenhouse build. Still trying to use up leftover house building materials, and finally finding a way to use up some of the leftover OSB. The contractor ordered way too much manufactured stone for the decorative water table wall on the front of the house, so at least some of that extra stone is going to get used on the greenhouse. Best HF tool used on this, by far, is the nylon 12 in rafter angle/speed square. That thing is fast and awesome for marking straight cuts. The free tape measures have come in handy, too. Love the fractional markings, but wish the measuring tape was a bit stiffer. It gets fiddly when trying to measure anything over 6 or 7 feet on the vertical, or unsupported horizontal.