So, unfortunately I don't have any pictures yet, but basically our coop has two levels, and more than enough space for 6 hens. We're still working on the interior, and have a little lee-way on how we can do the nesting boxes. We made ours from scratch, no pre-bought plans, just taking ideas and using free leftover wood to build the base. For six chickens, all of which so far are getting along just fine, we were considering doing only "two" nesting boxes. Each large enough for three hens to use, with one opening for all three to get in the box. One on the bottom, one on the second level. The reason for doing this is to ease our process of making doors to collect the eggs (two instead of three or, god help us, six!). This way we only need two doors to open, one on the bottom and one on the top, to take eggs from the hens. Their boxes are inside the pen against the walls, not protruding. I have seen other coops with similar setups, but some of them have a single "box" with three openings cut into the front of it, one for each hen to walk into. My question is, based on your experiences, is this necessary? Or will three of them be happy to share the same box with just one large opening? And/or should we make dividers in this large box?