Steve, First,sorry I keep forgetting to sign my name,it's Nick. This is my first attempt to fly dewlaps. I've flown Oriental rollers out of the box.They were pretty easy to train to it. You can see the hinged cover ontop of the box covering the drop trap.I just put a cage ontop of the box and drop the squeaks through the hole to food (by hand at first) It doesn't take them long to figure out the routine and do it on their own. With the dewlaps I'm not using the drop hole,I'm letting them walk in the side door.We've had them out in the yard walking into the box way before they could fly.I have a stick with a plastic bag tied to it that we use to herd the birds in the door.Right now we can put them down on the lawn 20' away from the box and they hustle right in on their own. I feed them off of a bucket lid on the ground,I wave the stick/bag when I put it down (I'm hoping that will be the drop signal for the birds when they're up,think it will work?) Then move the lid into the box for the rest of their ration. Like I said,I'm new to flying dewlaps so I'd really appreciate any tips on flying them or hear what routines people are using to fly them. Thanks. Nick ps. 1st 2 squeaks from my second round hatched today.