We put an addition on a cabin we own (2x4 stick built on 6x6 pressure treated pillars) and are now looking at interior finishes. Found an exterior 4 by 8 lapped siding that home depot offers which is primed and typically used for outdoor sheds. Any reason I shouldn't use it as an interior finish? It is thicker than typical paneling options and primed, so painting wouldn't be an issue. Since it's the interior of a cabin, the wood look is appropriate. Just curious if there is anything I'm missing. I do not want to use drywall because it is a seasonal cabin, so humidity is not controlled year round. Thanks.