Any one have experience or advice on using air dried lumber vs kiln dried for their hive bodies and supers? I have found a mill that can supply me with green lumber, cut to spec. I would then stack and sticker in at my shop for a few months before making my woodenware. The price difference I have found makes air dried very attractive. I am a little concerned about the ends checking, but even if I loose 8" on each end of every board, I'm still way ahead of the game price wise. What am I missing in thinking this through? Thanks!