Devil's advocate here-
Just a thought from what I have seen in hoops that weren't full concrete. The deep bedded area was an epic disaster. The owner came back in after 2 or 3 turns and concreted the balance and it was much better. One operation, running fat cattle in it, so take it for what it's worth.
I am interested in the whole idea of doing this and have considered it myself, but there is also something to be said for the cows feeding themselves every day on grass. You said that you check them every couple days on pasture, but if the manure hits the fan and you're gone for a week the cows are probably fine. Momma wants to go to the big city of Des Moines for a long weekend, the cows are probably fine on grass. If you have the building those damned cows got to be fed every day, who do you have to do that. If you do this you're going to wear out the manure spreader twice as fast, the feed wagon twice as fast, the skid loader, and, and, and. Have you budgeted that in to the price?
If you do this I would look at a bale processor for the bedding. From what I have seen it chops up and fluffs up the cornstalks (I assume that is bedding of choice based on location) and you have to use half as much. Half as much in=half as much out.