Homeowners across the UK are once again fighting each other for the title of 2016's Shed Of The Year - and some of them are nicer than most inner-city flats.
A Wild West-style saloon, a replica of the Millennium Falcon, and even a nuclear bunker are among the 32 finalists shortlisted from 2,825 entries.
The sheds have been separated into eight categories, from pub and entertainment-themed sheds to the more eco-friendly, cabins, summerhouses, workshops and historic sheds. There's even an "unexpected" category which sounds very ominous.
Here's a few of the finallists:
Competition founder Andrew Wilcox said: "These 32 sheds include some of the best I have ever seen in the history of the competition... I love them all."
Shed fans across the nation are now being asked to pick the winner of the competition, with a public vote open until 8 June to determine who has the best backyard getaway.
The owner of the structure dubbed the best shed in the country will be awarded £1,000 in cash, a plaque, £100 worth of Cuprinol products and a giant crown for their shed.
If you want to be one of the voices to decide Cuprinol's Shed Of The Year 2016, click here to cast your vote.
Just don't go writing in "Sheddy McShedface" or anything like that.