I know there have been excellent threads on insulation and vapor barriers for remote cabins. One subject I don't recall having been adressed is what are people using for interior sheething. I've been sketching ideas for a small 12X16 stud wall cabin (not sure if I'll go 2X4 or 2X6) with fiberglass bat insulation. But what to cover it with on the inside?
It seems like sheetrock would be too heavy and fragile to pull on a snowmachine trail, but I'm I off base with that assumption?
I don't see the fire protection benefit of rock on a small say 12X16 single room cabin. If you can't out before the fire has caused structural failure, well, you just aren't getting out.