Well- I have been saying I was gonna do it, and finally did this weekend. We processed all 14 of the A&M's, and all but three jumbo brown males, so 25 in all. It was our first time, so it took awhile- about 3 hours from starting outside to the end of clean up in the kitchen. I didn't think that was too bad though. Handsome Hub did the killing, but I helped with the rest. We followed the advice on here and took the wings off, and plucked. I found the plucking to be super easy except for a couple of spots on the breasts under the wing area. We ended up skinng only four of them because of badly ripped skin. Cleaning them was super easy. They are resting in the fridge now, but I think the rigor has relaxed (they fell softer after 1 1/2 days rest), so they can go in the freezer tonight. I weighed them all after processing, and they average 8 oz. with wings removed and skin on. the smallest was 5 oz and the largest was 10 oz., but most were right at 8 oz. Is that a decent size? We can't get gamebird starter in our area, so all I have ever fed mine was poultry starter, with ground kitten food added unti lthey were about 8 weeks. Since then just grower crumbles. How big should they be?