Ok... So I've got my plan, my walls are up, the window openings are frames and I'm just about ready to sheet and roof. Question though about the windows. I'm going to be doing double swing open windows which open to the outside world as opposed to single hung windows to allow for the whole area to be opened for ventilation. A question comes to mind however about keeping the rain out. Granted, it would be the same for a single hung window, on a lesser degree. But with double swing windows that will give roughly a 30" X 36" wide open hole, what to do about rain? Granted, I could just close them and reopen them when the rain stops, but this time of year that's alot of running back and forth. I'd also thought of having a pinning system to have them held open only a smidgen to allow for air flow but block the bulk of the rain. I dunno... I'm going to have roughly a 12" roof overhang on all four walls which will handle the basic rain shower. It's the blowing rains I'm thinking of which we get at least 25% of the time. So what are your thoughts on this? Only other thing I can think of is to do the windows as inverted hoppers so that they open from the bottom, but I'd prefer not to do this.