this is the side of our shed where we plan to put our coop. the roof frame (random piece of metal frame we found in our shed) is 6 1/2 ft x 3 1/2 ft, and we plan to build a coop 6x3, 4 ft tall, standing 1 1/2 ft off the ground. We have the roof in the position the coop will be, and then we will frame in a rectangular run from corner of coop to corner of shed, 5 1/2 ft tall (we are using reclaimed wood, and unless we find longer pieces, this is our limit). Nest box will go on the short right side (where hubs is measuring), and clean out access will be on the rear where my kiddo is standing. We have two shed windows to install sideways at the top on both long sides of the coop. I'm thinking it will provide good ventilation in the coop, and look pretty. We have two giant chain link fence panels we will use as the base of the coop run for predator protection, and we will be using 1/2 inch hardware cloth for all of the fencing needed for the coop and run. I plan to run the fencing down and tie it in to the chain link. We want this to house 6-8 hens. Does that make sense? Please give me any all suggestions you have. This is our first flock, and first time building a structure with a roof!