Well, I just got busy and built an indoor quail cage to house just a few of my biggest and best Texas A&M breeders. Gonna try to deal with the poop on newspaper and then composting it to keep things clean and smelling good. I will try to post a pic if anyone is interested. I was able to build 4 individual cages 12" wide by 24" deep and 10 1/2" high with roll out egg catcher, feeder and bottle waterers (water bottles may change at a later date to a more automated system). Everything was built using 1/4" hardware cloth. Certainly not as easy as using the stronger 1/2 x 1" wire, but already had some wire on hand. I used 3/4" grey pvc pipe, 6' long for each of the legs instead of wood. They were on .78 each at Lowes. I attached the cages to the pipe with those plumbing clamps that have the screw. Very easy to attach and adjust if you need to change things up a bit. Years ago, I built some cages that were similar and put small wheels in the bottom of each pipe so I could roll the cage around. You can use conduit for the legs for a much sturdier cage. Also, just ordered 50 JUMBO Texas A&M eggs for my new Brinsea ECO. I am promised these birds will weigh at least 14 ozs. Hope these are true to what was advertised.