Hello! Brand-new member here, ready to take the plunge into my first flock! I have a few hurdles to jump, namely making sure my landlord will sign off on the city's backyard chicken permit application, but it's much more fun to actually surf the web for coops and plans and all that good stuff! I am looking for something that's small (I'd only like 3 chickens), easy to remove if we ever have to move, and something that looks nice, as people who walk by our yard on the sidewalk can see right over the fence and I want to make sure we don't have an eyesore. I also have about zero building experience so I'm not sure I can easily make something lovely. To that end, I'm thinking it might be best to put down the money to get a commercially-made coop and run, even though I know it will cost a bit more. I'm leaning towards something like the Hayneedle Habitats Deluxe Chicken Coop at the website chickencoopsource. (Sorry, I can't link to it since I'm new!) But of course because I'm so new to this I don't want to forget any features that I should definitely have. I'm a little concerned about the size of that one, but I also don't want to spend much more than that amount. Also, I live in relatively mild Oregon, but I do worry about how wet it is most of the year. So does anyone have any suggestions? Any good bookmarks of relatively cheap, easy-on-the-eyes coops that you have to share? Thanks!!