The tractor was finally completed a few days ago. I didn't take many pictures during construction but there are a couple. The overall dimension are 10ft by 5ft. The coop is 4X5 and the run is 6X5 plus the 4X5X18" high area under the coop. The run has access points at the screened end and under the coop itself at the other end. 1/2 " vinyl dipped hardware cloth covers the entire run area. The coop back opens up completely for easy cleaning. The vinyl in the bottom and on the poop board simply slide out the back. The automatic coop door is Lexan run off of a 7.2 amp hour Panasonic battery. It should only need to be charged every few months. The coop has an external egg box and a side door for access to the food and water area. The front windows are approximately 18"X 12" and covered in hardware cloth. I also have framed Lexan covers that will be hinged on top and installed when the weather turns cooler. There is additional vented at the ridge line and on the gable ends. The gables will also have covers for the winter. It has Ondura roofing from Lowe's that we painted. There are two trailer jacks with 10" no-flat tires that can raise the coop for transport around the yard. I can get up to about 8" of clearance while pushing the coop. This makes for easy travel over ground that is not always smooth. It's heavy and while I won't say it's real easy to move, I can move it by myself without a lot of effort. It balances well and is sort of like pushing a large wheel barrow. There is 2 ft of 2X3 vinyl coated welded wire that lays flat around the coop. It is hinged at the bottom (by hinged I mean stapled so it can rotate up for moving). The ends have additional panels that fold out on the sides and then fold out again to overlap the side to give complete coverage. It turned out well and the chickens love it.