Hey guys, I've been lurking for awhile now trying to figure out how I'm going to build my grow room. I have a 24 plant max (state law) and I'd like to setup a perpetual harvest based on StinkBud's system. The goal would be to get a pound of dried bud every 3 weeks from 4 plants. I've attached a crude drawing of how the rooms would be setup. The flowering room will share 2 outside basement walls which I'm hoping will help keep everything cooler. I have 8' ceilings so I can let the plants get pretty good sized. My thought was to let the plants spend 3 weeks in the cloner, move them to veg for 6 weeks and then let them flower for 9. The spacing between plants sites in the veg room would be 6" while in the flowering room I would space them at 1'. My thought was to use the topping method to get to the yield I'm looking for. The flowering room would be broken into 2 separate reservoirs so I can flush the 4 plants I'm preparing to harvest. I'm thinking I could veg under a 250W MH and have 3 600W's in the flowering room. For airflow I was thinking about having fresh air come into my basement work room where it can swirl around and cool off a bit before being drawn into the flowering room. From there it would be drawn into the veg room where I would have my carbon filter setup. A fan would pass the air through all of my lights (sealed lights btw) and then back to the outside. I figured this setup would not only cool the incoming air better but also lesson the risk of outside bugs, etc from getting into the grow. So a couple questions: 1. Does this layout really make sense? Is there a fundamental problem in my design? 2. How long should I let these plants veg to get a yield close to what I'm looking for? 3. Am I giving each plant a big enough footprint to get the yield I need? 4. What kind of ventilation will I need to adequately turn the air over for the plants? Any other tips would be greatly appreciated. I've done a ton of reading and I'm to the point that I'd like some input on my build before I go make the investment and completely botch something. Thanks for the help!