You will probably not see prices drop much on quality lumber because the raw material cost ,logs, is a very small part of total cost as in milling, planing ,drying,etc. I know all of my costs keep climbing, electricity, fuel, parts, insurance, taxes, and trucking to name a few. I also just focus on smaller amounts of lumber that has been air dryed for what my customers seem to prefer over kiln drying, seems to be much more stable. I also try to focus on lumber that can not be purchased at box stores, Wide Pine, Birdseye Maple, Clear Pine, and thicker stock. I could drop prices some to compensate for the log price, but then I would have to raise them to compensate for the other factors.