Dh said he wants to get started on the coop this weekend, so I'm obsessing about getting the plans absolutely perfect! First of all, please tell me to relax, that there is no such thing as the perfect coop, and that the hens will find our henhouse/tractor just lovely. Second, I noticed in one small henhouse photo, two nest boxes had been placed on top of each other - one on the floor and one right on top of it. If both of these were below the level of the roost, would this be a fine arrangement for nest boxes? I worry because so many have said that the nest boxes should be at least a foot above the floor, but below the roost. The henhouse itself will be a couple feet above ground level. I'm also obsessing about feed/water. On the one hand, I'd like to keep the feed outside since the henhouse is small (15 sqft and growing). I'm assuming they'll really only be inside at night. On the other hand, I've heard you shouldn't let your hens go without constant access to food and water. But what if they get fussy in the mornings and want food/water at 6am and we're not up yet to let them out? So I thought I could get a small waterer and small feeder for inside the coop and larger ones for outside the coop. But is that just stupid? Should I just put all their feed/water inside? Can you hear the panic? Someone, please, slap me out of this!