Hello, I'm still in the winter thinking/planning stages for my future coop and run. Here are some of the things I'm leaning towards and wondering if there are problems with anything or suggestions for modifications to make life easier. Going to start with 6 birds, might grow that number slightly later on. I'm leaning toward a raised coop with run space underneath to give them a place to get out of the sun or rain. Probably coop of 6'(or8') x 4' with the run being equal width(6 or 8) and extending 12' with HW cloth buried to stop predators. outside access for the nest boxes. 24hr access to run from coop run sides 2' high with hinged framed fence panels for top, to give standup access to run for the occasional cleaning, etc etc. Pressure treated wood framing construction. Auto waterer and feeders. Deep litter method with removable poop trays. lots of doors/windows for ventilation and access to the coop for cleaning etc. sheet flooring inside coop. bottom coop access with ramp. Coop might overhang the run fencing a few inches so I can park wheelbarrow under doors for cleanout. So any problems with my thoughts? Pressure treated wood ok for chicken construction? Thanks ahead for all the suggestions.