Interior Insulation and putting up walls

Interior insulation is now finished. I used R13 in walls and ceiling. My understanding of insulation is that you do not gain any insulating value if you smash the insulation and so I went with R13 for 2X4 walls and ceiling, that is all there is room for without smashing.
I have also read that in metal buildings condensation build up can be avoided if you have your insulation against the metal so there are no spaces between the insulation and metal.
Another thing mentioned was adding a thermal barrier on the warm side to slow down the heat transfer to the insulation. I used 4 mil plastic on the walls and ceiling for that.

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Walls are going up.

I believe I am going to call this the Taj MaLodge ;-) 
A feature I decided to add was to leave the top portion of the front bedroom wall's open. There will be no forced air, so this way heat can drift into the rooms via the opening.
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Bedroom entrance wall finished.

Living Area With wood stove.
Knotty pine is left out around the wood stove where a rock hearth will be laid. 



First room finished.