here are the pics. ee (not yet laying, but she looks about ready doesn't she?) golden wyandotte, silver wyandotte welsummer plymouth rock (partridge) my details: i an in extreme northwest arkansas, zone 6. rarely get below 12-15 degrees, have many days above 90 in the summer. have a mobile coop (ark--37" wide, 8 ft long), two one-year old brown leghorns, two 5 wk old red star chicks that will join the flock in a few weeks. though they are confined to the 3ftx8ft coop (upstairs is roost, downstairs is grass) when we are gone or the weather is bad, most days my birds have a 35x45 foraging area they spend several hours in...it's a section of our garden. six feet on three sides, four feet on one side but if they fly over that they'll be in the garden and still have six ft fence surrounding them. we have hawks and eagles during the day. they are in a pretty predator-proof coop at night. concerns--hawks. i want them to forage but not be super flighty. we live in a community based in a tourist attraction and the landlord has asked that they not be out (i know i'll likely have to clip wings eventually). 3-4 eggs/wk is fine. i have a baby/kids so non-aggressive is a necessity. size is a bit of a concern given the footprint of the roosting area. personality is a plus as we like to watch the hens do their thing while we garden or just sit out in the yard. which would you choose?