I'll double down on what Cleo Hogan said about selling the boxes. Customers want finger joints or better, and they want professional-looking "smile handles", made with a custom cutting head instead of those long, parabolic smiles cut with a Skilsaw. The overwhelming majority here on Beesource use Titebond III and air nails or staples. Use the new "staggered finger" pattern on the first finger of the short end as seen in the Brushy Mountain catalogue. That's what people will pay for.