I've found a few coops and am really considering one from my local feed store that sells for $300. The nesting box area is sided with cedar, then there is an open roost bar and everything else is open to the ground. So there is not much floor area in the actual "house part", not sure if hens hang inside besides for sleeping (on roost) and laying (in nest box). There is an egg door with latch and the roof is metal. It's an A-frame coop with a footprint of about 2 1/2 ft x 6 ft. So is this a good price? Do I need more floor space in the actual hen house? It is also made with cloth hardware to keep predators out, I like all of the high quality materials just seems so simple compared to some coops I've see that have multiple stories, ramps, etc. But most reveiws of those coops online say the wood is thin, and problems with roof, etc. I'm planning on 2-4 chickens. Thanks for your advice!