I've been on this site a long time, but I've cheated with a coop, a little like James T. Kirk and The Kobayashi Maru scenario (are you reading this, wifezilla?!?!). Now, I'm in earnest. I know it's gonna get done, but I need to ask some questions. Hope you can help and any suggestions are welcome. 1) Can you have too many windows and too much light in my coop? (Here is the building I am rebuilding, and it has windows on three walls.) I am making the floor from 2 x 6 tongue-in-groove, and it will rest on 4 x 6 beams supported by nine, 6 inch thick cement blocks. 2) Should I be concerned about predators or pests attempting to get to my birds through the floor? Bear in mind that this area is in front of my barn (2007 picture, before new fencing), ABOVE, old shots, BELOW, last week--10 x 20 run, coop will be built adjacent to and in front of this: I have cats on night patrol, and a photoelectic night light. 3) When I put in my vinyl floor remnant, if it doesn't fit, and I have to piece it, what do I use to connect the seams? This coop is going to be heavy, tall enough for an adult to comfortably walk into, so... 4) How would I use an automatic feeder, like the pvc type? ...or should I bother? I'm sure I'll think of some more, later. Thanks.