After 11 years, I've finally outgrown my 20'x24' shop. It has 8' ceilings and mounting an elk is next to impossible in there. I've decided to enclose my barn. It has a pitched roof and the ceiling height will be from 12' to 14'. Right now the barn is basically a concrete slab with 3 open sides and a tin roof. It's about 25'x40'. Ive got a walk in cooler and freezer installed that takes up about 1/5 of the space. My plan is to have an office combined w a showroom in the front. Drop offs can be done on the side with the cooler. I've got the basic design down but I'm asking for advice on DO's and DON'ts on the set up. Is there something you did that REALLY worked out well when you designed or built your shop? Is there something you wish you had done, maybe an afterthought, to make working more efficient? I researched on here already and saw some pics of shops (shop of the week). I've also read the articles in Breakthrough about shop design and layout but they were from '99. They were helpful.. But I'm looking for advice on the construction side. Just kinda asking for your favorite helpful ideas to work efficiently and neatly for a presentable shop.