...which of these breeds would you choose? I have a looooonngggggg list of breeds that I want to try next but I can only add about 3-4 or 5 more unless I build a new coop, which I might do eventually or if I move so that I can have all the breeds I want, or if I make a separate layer flock and keep my pet flock. But anyway, my hens are getting older (they'll be 3 the end of October) and I want to possibly start selling eggs so, while they're still producing well now, I've been thinking about getting some new, younger chickens. I also have a lot of breeds I want to try just for looks and/or personality. So I am having a very hard time narrowing it down. Every time I think I have it narrowed down and ready to find some, then I go well, maybe I should get this breed instead.... So I would like your help and/or opinions on these breeds. So the ones that I am pretty sure I definitely want are... Speckled Sussex Partridge Rock Wyandotte (SLW, GLW, BLRW) Welsummer But then I am not sure if I should get a Delaware instead of a Welsummer. Or add another Easter Egger. And some people say the Wyandottes are mean so I am conflicted because they are gorgeous. Other breeds I've considered are Brahmas especially buff and light, Cochins, Leghorns (white or light brown), sex links (any color/variety/name), NHR, more Orpingtons or Rocks, pure Ameraucana, Dominiques, Buckeye, etc. Experiences with any of these breeds? Or any breeds that I shouls consider that I may have missed or hadn't thought of? Or any I should straight out eliminate? I currently have 1 Barred Rock, 2 Black Australorps, 2 Buff Orpingtons, and 2 Easter Eggers. I had 3 Buff Orpingtons but lost one in the fall to a hawk. The one I lost was the sweetest/friendliest one but they are all relatively friendly. My Australorps are bullies to the other chickens but have calmed down and are sweeter and calmer with me now. My EEs are a tad bit on the flighty side but are curious. My Rock can be a little bit of a bully but is my smartest chicken IMO. I wouls love different color Orpingtons or Rocks. Although I think I might like to try other breeds I haven't tried before first. I would love it if they were at least somewhat friendly but that's not a requirement as long as they lay well. If they don't though but are just a really cool breed that I should consider then that might be okay too cause I could just add them to the pet flock. Thanks in advance.