Anyone do a "Quick-Frame Kit" storage shed?

I am looking into doing one of these due to cost restrictions and would like to know the cut-list so I can estimate the amount of 2x4's I'm going to need.
Anyone???
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Part of the fun of doing mine a couple of years ago was starting from a clean sheet of paper, and a scraped piece of ground, and going from there. My father's generation seemed only to use a yellow legal pad, a framing square, and some hand tools, and they built some great stuff. I was privileged as a lad to watch and 'help'. Some of that attitude rubbed off on me. Talking with my Dad, I'm pretty sure that was part of the plan.
The great part about tubafors is that they cost maybe $2.50, almost everyone carries them, and they fit in the back of almost any vehicle. An extra $25 bucks isn't likely to kill a project, if you screw up, and there are a lot of uses for short pieces, even in a shed.
There are a great many other opportunities for cost over runs, but you will likely see them coming soon enough to avoid them. I'd watch out for things like drainage, septic, electrical and communications lines in the planning process. We owned a home, about 15 years ago, where the previous owner had built a master bedroom addition, with a pier resting on top of an abandoned septic tank. The inspector wonder where the pier had disappeared to, when he inspected the crawl space....
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