Im part way into this and wanted some opinions before i made it too far. Coop is 3' x 5' and 29" off the ground. Roost will be up at the higher end with nesting box(s) food water at the other. Coop will be insulated and have one window which can be opened for ventilation and opening protected by wire. Im planning a full length (wide length 5' side) fold down door basically half the wall ill fold down for egg and cleaning access. The house will be insulated, boxes water and food elevated a few inches off the floor and the floor will have a cut to fit ridgid 1/4 thick sheet of black plastic similar to ridgid mudflap material that will slide out for easy cleanup. The run will actually be 8' x 10' and 7' high bascially five wire panels with wood frame which will be somewhat flimsy until tied together at the corners and the top set on it will be ridgid and have a tarp strapped over the top to keep the weather away from the actual coop hopefully extending its own life. One of the panels yes will have a door.I realize there are a hundred thousand different ways to do everything woth these coops but i need some good advice please. I have all the skills and tools needed so dont mind doing extra work to make things right. 1. I need constructive criticism on the plan i have explained if you can envision it. 2. I need advice on the best placement and size or strle of entry door 3. What do i want for heat for these 3 birds is on3 heat buld sufficient and where does it go? 4. Will they need a ramp to reack the roost if its 3 feet up and we clip their wings? Heres a picture what i have so far.