VC, thank you so much for your feedback & info. - I ALWAYS look forward to your posts! Yes, my flock is dark. I introduced one female that has red in her chest in hopes of offspring that's a bit lighter for the next generation, but I have yet to be able to tell the results. This male I speak of with pink legs is now I believe 10 weeks, and looks very similar to the one you posted (I'm very sorry you lost him - nice male). I will get closer pics of him this weekend. This time of year is difficult for getting decent pics, as I work full time...it's dark when I leave for work and dark when I get home, so I fill waterers & feeders with a flashlight, do a quick head count in each pen, and then look forward to the weekends to see how my birds are REALLY doing! FL - I have not noticed any females with the pink legs, though this hatch I separated the males and females - they females are outside and the males are inside, in a horse stall. Easier to check on the males as my barn is lit - outdoor pens are not. I'll check on that this weekend as well.