Hi all again, Now building a planter made from 2.4 x 100 x 200 sleepers. Gone be stacked on the 100m edge and 3 layers high. So I have started building the first level of the frame and the wood so is twisted and bevelled I just cant get 90 degree join or have it sitting flat. I either have to compromise with huge gaps at the join or if I pull in tight with screws the while thing lifts of the floor and wont sit flat. Either option is terrible and wont work, especially when it comes to stacking the next layer. Now, I am no carpenter, but this seems un workable. I know the sleepers would not be perfect, but I'm thinking this is bad enough to get them to pick them up and get my money back? I'm just asking to see what your opinions are or if I am missing a trick that would sort it. See the pics, they don't really show how bad they are. I bought them from a local timber merchant Cushions in Norwich. Cheer all!