Has anyone gotten one? I want to add a few more pullets next spring, and have been thinking of filling the rest of my order with chickens I don't plan to keep for long. My family and I have several times now proccessed some of our own birds and, though it is not fun, I feel more justified in my omnivorous ways because of it. Nearly all of my chickens are dual purpose chosen for temperment and appearance. All our prior freezer campers were surplus roos or pullets tragically killed by a stupid dog (waste not, want not, as they say) so they were all breeds we wanted to have around. The freedom to order chickens who won't be contributing to the gene pool is new and exciting! I am an avid crafter, so the feathers are as important to me as the meat. I have been practicing skinning the chickens to better preserve the feathers, and am getting pretty good, though all I currently have to show for it is a barred rock pelt. This assortment could set me up with all the feathers I need for years! I want a variety of lovely feathers- the more colors, the better. So I was looking at McMurray's assortments and found several different variety packs that end up being about $1/cockeral chick chosen at random. (super duper, all heavy, collection cockerals, fly tiers special, and maybe even the special assorted-even though its straight run) Has anyone gotten one of these? My housemates are inclined to go with the heavy assortment because its more meat, but then there are the other options... So which would you pick for the best balance of pretty feathers and tasty birds? If you have previously ordered one (even from another hatchery!) what did you get? Really the only things that would disapoint me is: no variety, too many black ones, turkens, or too many light breeds.