Questions!! I am moving my coop outside today and beginning the assembly as well. So I have come to a couple of questions for everyone...open to all suggestions of course. So here goes: 1. I have walls that are built with studs, and I am going to be putting up plywood on the inside. Question is, do I just put it flush to the floor and screw to the studs leaving a cavity between the outside wall and the plywood. Or do I put it flush against the exterior wall and let the studs protrude (But have a completely sealed interior)? I am using pallets for the exterior walls so there will be wind that will get thru and I don't know if that is a good thing really. I already have plenty of ventilation along the roof line and on the sides, plus 2 windows. 2. Roosts....how much do you seperate them (spacing). I am getting 6 chicks (australorps, buff orps, and a golden buff). I don't want them too close so someones chicken butt is not in another's face...that would just be plain rude...lol. The roosts will each be 48" long. I am planning on same height for roosts. Also how high off the ground (I want useable space underneath) without needing a "ramp"? 3. Poop boards. I think for simplicity, I am going to do a single poop board to put under both roosts. How far below the roosts do I need to put them? I don't want them to be tempted to walk in their poop on the poop board (which goes back to question 2 and how high to put the roosts. I want them to be able to walk underneath and utilize the floor space!). Thanks everyone!!