The walls are up, the roof is on, metal is on, I'm SO excited! But I have a few remaining questions that I hope someone can help me with. 1. Nesting boxes are going to be on an interior wall, separating the coop and storage area, for easy retrieval of the eggs. How high do I need them? I am researching dimensions as well, so if you care to share, I'd be most grateful. My interior layout has the nesting box area directly across from the pop door. Will this cause a problem? Will it be too much air, especially in the winter, making them want to lay somewhere else in the coop? 2. Roosting bars are going to all be one height, along walls, with droppings boards. How high is ideal? I will have windows above the roosting areas. These windows will have the ability to open and close as well as let in natural light. How high above the roosting bars do the windows need to be to not be considered a source of drafts? I plan on leaving them open during the night in the summer for added airflow. How high can chickens jump/fly to reach the roosts? Can I make them relatively low, as long as they are above the nesting boxes? I'm concerned about them jumping down and hurting their feet and legs, as I will have heavy breeds and Cornish crosses. I am NOT doing Deep Litter, so not a lot of spring to the bedding on the floor. Will they use a ramp up to the roosting bars to get up and down? Ok, I think that is it for now... It seems like there was something else, but, I can't remember. I'm sure I'll remember it as soon as I click 'submit'.