I decided to wait a little longer before asking for gender opinions on my little "Tinkerbell". I figure, at five weeks, it might be a little easier to tell. She has five other hatch-mates, all the same age... but there are some differences in shape and appearance between her and the others (not to mention, personality): much more developed comb, wattle coming in already (can't see any on the others), slight difference in posture and overall shape, etc. What do YOU think? Obviously, I'm hoping she's a pullet. Sexed at the hatchery as a pullet, but there's always that chance! I tried to take photos from different angles, tried to catch the wattles and comb and tail feathers in decent detail. Let me know if I can add more pictures of what you need to see! I will also mention... she SOUNDS completely different from the others. She has a much deeper, hoarser chirp. Does this matter? It's very obvious! Maybe she just has a different breed mix in her that has has caused these developmental differences? I will also mention...that she is my favorite. HUGE personality and very affectionate... bossy with the others, though. THANKS SOOOO MUCH GUYS!!! Loves to sit on my feet when I study. Wattle? I can't see this on any of my others... Obvious comb formation... also not nearly as developed with my others. You can't tell here, because of the warmer light, but it is also slightly darkening towards the top.... a orange-coral color coming in. Side shot... feathers. And her tail!