Ours are regulation boards as specified by the American Cornhole Organization, but the carrying handles and, of course, the price make the TOH version a clear winner. The 2x4 frames couldn't be easier to assemble, and the 24-by-48-inch plywood sheets needed for each deck are a stock size available at most home centers—be sure to grab furniture-grade veneer to provide a nice slippery surface for the bags. (You can source beanbags from clevelandbags.com.) The only challenge may be rounding off the corners atop the legs so they don't catch the frame when you fold them flat. But don't let a quick run of the jigsaw stand between you and a rousing game of cornhole at your next barbecue.