Hi all.. Still working on the coop and run but am getting close.. Had a few questions a bit down the line here after some of the pics.. Let me know if you notice anything that I'm overlooking please! Please disregard the nature of the yard (or lack thereof..) we did a remodel 2 years ago and the backyard has been a disaster ever since.. Here's one showing the main structure of the coop and run.. The coop is on the left side and is unpainted in this pic. There are two levels - the top level (taller portion) is for the birds and beneath that is for storage with doors. The birds can roam around underneath if they like. Here's another photo showing the coop structure So.. One of my next tasks is to work on the roof.. and I'm trying to figure out the best sort of roof structure that is fairly sturdy and can have a plywood roof installed (with asphalt shingles) to provide rain & heat protection for the entire coop/run. Here's one I found on the Internet that is likely overkill: What sort of roof do you all use for your coops? I could also follow the style that uses a ridge beam and just uses a particular angle to get the rafters to the desired slope. Any suggestions? Also, in the last (evening) picture, you can see where easy clean doors are to be installed on both sides of the coop area since it's ~4.5' wide.. I was pondering whether I should install a mini wall on both sides and then install a door in it. However, in doing that I would not be able to just sweep stuff out of the coop when it's time to clean.. However, I'm planning on using the deep litter method and perhaps the mini-wall is the best approach?? Any suggestions?