I have designed a 12' x 18' raised walk-in style coop with a 4' x 6' entryway. The run will extend out on each side and underneath. Some questions: - I would like to use double-hung windows. Should the windows be installed normally, or inside out? I'm planning on covering them with hardware cloth for added security. - one third of the coop will be sectioned off for bantams, new additions, or broodies with a separate run entrance (run will be split under the coop). Do the nest boxes or roosts need to be lower than those for the standard breeds? - Is there a preference to which side the roosts and nest boxes are located (ie under window, over pop door, out of sunlight, etc.) - I am hoping to score some chain link fence and plan to reinforce it with hardware cloth (apron plus up about 4'). Will that be secure enough, or should I dig a trench for concrete block as well? What should I use to cover the run area? - Since I will essentially have 2 runs with 2 doors as entryways, how do you secure the door? You can't have a hardware cloth apron attached to the door? Should the door open in or out? What about the coop doors, do they open in our out? I appreciate all your advice!!!