I am going mad with lots of medium sized branches that go in every direction that are great for kindling, but it's so hard to store them. I just can't spend the time breaking them down and piling them neatly. So I was hoping to design a storage shed that will help with the process. In an ideal world, I can imagine a shed with a hinged top that I can just toss the branches in helter skelter, and then a big weight on a pulley comes from above and smashes them into smaller pieces that then drop down a slanted board to a bin at the bottom where neat little piles of sticks stack up. But, this seems rather extreme, but I don't know how else to deal with them. Any ideas? Any clever ways to wrangle kindling into submission?