I'm a complete novice at this. I've take a very strong pallet and placed it on bottom, battened it closed to hold the flooring, placed 3 wall pallets on it, and now I'm stuck. I want a shed style roof with complete ventilation because I live in tropical climate. I was hoping to do a tin roof on top of a pallet to create the overhang needed. Right now, though, I'm stuck on how to even get a 2' piece of 2"x4" to attach to the "studs" in the pallets to create the angle. I can't get my drill down between the pallet pieces to attach hardware. We get too much rain to feel comfortable with a flat roof. I'm debating getting a couple of 2x4s in the proper sizes but then I'm feeling like I wasted all this time and effort on trying to save money to use the stupid pallets. ( I may be in the minority but pallets are not worth the trouble, IMO. REALLY wishing I'd just started with 2x4s and plywood. Help, please!