Since I can sketch it on paper but lack some of the dimensions for carpentry work I have loaded Sketchup, and am using it. The current dimensions are the bulk of it is 3x2x3 feet (not counting that tall frame on the end that is the start of my slanted roof). It is so tiny because it is for Seramas and they usually don't even get run space like this. She wanted plenty of room for trios, and if they have chicks they hatch that it not be small enough to cause overcrowding issues. I don't have the ramp in, the extra support below was because I was going to do an "L" shaped ramp with a landing. The right image, front longside is also an entire length and height doorway, so that you can clean and maintain the run. I'm figuring on a hinged roof as well. My idea was then to allow a shelf under this ramp to support the feeder and waterer, which will be the small ones you top with mason jars I'm told. Friend's desired traits, -wire floor for easy cleaning (it is suppose to be hardware cloth, but this is the easiest texture I could use to see through and mark that come with the program) -ventilation to survive humid hot areas (southern to mid-eastern coast area) and for that I was trying to build a slanted roof with soffit vents -the run be under the house, it must also be moveable within reason but not a tractor type -not necessary to "bend over/crouch" to retrieve eggs -be small -no autowater system, so places for the "chick" feeder/waterers Things I'm aware are common complaints in coops, -ease of cleaning -ventilation -proper space for chickens in nesting box, on perch or to get through doorways -predator protection (this coop does not need predator protection as it will be within a larger enclosure I am told) -spots for the food and water to maintain without getting waste into the troughs Thing is I'm trying to figure out how it would be put together, and how to simplify a few things. I don't have the walls together yet for this reason, frame first and all that. I even have it planned for the vertical panel of the nesting box (orange color) to be a slide, so that when it is pulled up there's a gap of 1/2 inch I think it was, level with the nesting box bottom so you can rinse it out without it flooding. Nesting box is otherwise 9x9x12 inches. More than enough room for the tiny chickens. Just racking my brain, so any suggestions or ideas?