Hey, y'all. I am new here. I have been reading up on quail and lurking for a couple of years. I have finally decided to pull the trigger and get a coop ready! We have a shed that is unused. It has a nice concrete floor and two rows of deep, sturdy wood shelving. It has electricity ran for a light switch but no outlets. I think it would be great, but I have two problems with it. First, the slab is right at ground level (obviously) and it is built on a slope. The ground slopes toward the door side, so there is deterioration along the bottom edge of the door where runoff sat against the wood. The door would need to be reinforced or changed. I am digging a diversion ditch to a swale for several reasons not related to quail. (Although a quail swale is fun to say!) The drainage issue should be resovled. I am wondering if it would be a stupid idea to simply build a lip up from the ground at the door opening and doing a deep littler on the concrete floor. So I could keep the original (custom sized) door. Would it be too hard to clean out with the lip?? I looked through the coop photos and threads, but I didn't happen to see anything like what I am talking about. I am wondering if that is because it is a terrible idea! The second problem is that there is no natural light. I know that they will have a lightbulb, but I am wondering if I should put in a small window or replace the corrugated steel roof with corrugated clear roofing. (The roof is flat and sloped away from the southern exposure with a fairly heavy tree canopy. I don't think the clear roof would create too much of a greenhouse effect, but I could cover it with an extra shade cloth from our greenhouse if need be!) Any thoughts or guidance would be so appreciated!