Decided to make some for our Elops. Could not be happier with them so far. Came out to about 75 bucks total for both cages. So far they have been easy to clean, and I love how you can personalize them for each pet. For example, our male has a side opening door, but there is a top door for our female. The platforms are a bit different for each rabbit too. We can also join the two cages together if desired, and they are on wheels which has been so nice for ease of moving and cleaning! So tired from making these though. X) They are mainly feed/water/litter stations as the rabbits have a lot of free-range house time. The high-backed litter trays, made from storage bins, have been the biggest help keeping things clean so far. They keep hay and poop inside, and our male can no longer, er, overshoot onto the floor. Photos are for the male only, as the female doesn't have her platforms in yet (she was just spayed, and I don't want her jumping around too much). One of our cats decided she wanted to live in there too: Door Open Door Closed Anyone want to share their rabbit set-ups or idea cube cages? How has clean up been for yours? Have they lasted a long time? I sealed the wood and then the linoleum with polycrylic, so I'm hoping that helps. And yes, he is wearing a collar. I know a lot of people say rabbits will die with them on, but I've never had a problem with this kind. The clasp is so easily triggered to break away (not the typical buckle, it's a bit different) that it falls right off. The bell helps locate what mischief these two are up to, and helps keep them from getting accidentally stepped upon.