I am thinking of getting a new coop, for a variety of reasons. One thing I'm curious about is the raised coops with space underneath for a covered run. Right now, one of the biggest problems with my coop is that I have to get down on hands and knees to clean the sand. This week I was out there doing this in freezing temps and blowing snow. Not fun. I would like a coop that is higher-up so I don't have to bend over so much to clean under it. How high is too high? I was going to do DLM inside the coop, a droppings pit, and sand underneath. Does having the coop up high make it colder? Would it be better not to have any space underneath at all, and have the whole thing be DLM? Also, on the DLM, how do most people keep the shavings inside at the top of the ramp? Thanks in advance for any suggestions about this.