These pictures are also posted in another thread but the question is very different. The original plan was to hinge the 7.5' small wall behind the nesting boxes to provide easier access to the eggs and for cleaning out the coop. However, when I started to install the hinges, I realized the small wall won't lay down so that it is level with the coop floor but rather have a "lip". This will still allow any messes to be swept up but only to the edge of the wall. Also, you won't be able to stand on the small wall when it's laying down which will make clean up even more awkward. (I'm convincing myself as I write this)...What do y'all think about moving the hinges to the side walls instead and securing the small wall to the base of the coop so it doesn't move. It seems access will be easier for cleaning and I can sweep out the nest box area directly onto a tarp or other container through the side walls? Does anyone have any other ideas to make clean up and access to eggs easier from the outside?