I am drawing up plans for my banty coop and have several questions! I forgot how hard it was to build a coop, it's been 6 months since I did the one for my standards. So on to the questions... Some are going to be real obvious and stupid 1. For standards I know it is 10 feet for run, 4 feet for coop. Bantys get half that, so 5 and 2. Is it okay if for 4 bantys (sebrights and japanese) The run be 6x4 and the coop be 3' by 3' NOT INCLUDING NEST BOX, that is exterior. I plan to have a built in feeder and the waterer in the run (all my chickens love to knock it over) Is this enough space. I let me chickens walk around the yard if my family is outside (barbeque, gardening, but they only free range about 1 hour during colder months and 2 hours spring time. 2. Can they see color. I will paint the frame work and all on the coop. If they see color, then it will modifty color (i believe color impacts mood) if not I'll just get whatever. 3. What all is needed to install shingles? I love the look of cedar shakes, but WOW the price. I was going to do shingles that would match the color (like how some have green or red flecks in it) 4. Do I need to have bedding/ straw, or can I just have linoleum. I clean our the cop everyday, but It's hard with bedding. I have a tractor with linoleum floor and would just wet it and mop. I liked that, but didn't know if it was okay with a coop that is for fuill grown chicks. 5. The roof is going to be slanted is it high enough if one side of the coop is 2' and then goes up to 3' the roosts will be on the 3' side. Is this enough, for bantys? 6. are 2x2s good enough for the frame. It's going to be lightweight, no heavy wood and all. Mostly thin wood. I am going for a tractor thing. I would like it to be light, but sturdy. 7. anything I'm forgetting?