Hello, I'd like a little help with the feather sexing. These 4 are about 4 weeks old. I'm fairly certain on the Italian Speckled ones. The Goldens are a little tougher for me. I believe this little guy, Saturn, is male. He's the smallest at 122g. This is bicycle and I'm leaning toward male, as well. He has vision issues and always tilts his head when he looks at you. He also cannot peck at an individual dried mealworm and get it. Have to give him a big bowl so he can't miss. He needs glasses. I should have zoomed this one, but he doesn't seem to have any speckles on his chest, just a very light golden color. This guy weighs in 3rd at 155g This shy one is Grape and I believe this one is female. It's the goldens that I'm having trouble with. I feel like Grape has more speckles, whereas Bicycle above, doesn't. She is second biggest at 218g This is another shy one and I'm 99% sure is female. Her name is Cork. She is the biggest at 235g I read somewhere that females are bigger than males usually, so my theory of what their sexes coincides with this. I am really hoping I'm wrong and the only male is the little guy, Saturn. Would make my housing issue much easier. I'd like to get just a single hutch. They are indoor pets. But if it is, in fact, 2 of each, Is it better to pair them up same sex or opposite sex? I'm assuming it is 100% out to put them all together with 2 roos and 2 hens? Thoughts on sexes and housing would be so appreciated. Also, would it make sense that the two shy scaredy-quail ones are female and the 2 that are moe social with the humans in the house are male?..or is that just individual personality.