Pros: Good Heat, Easy-to-Use, Great Hatch Rates, Plug-and-Go, Turns Eggs For You (with turner), Comes With Racks for Many Egg Sizes
Cons: Styrofoam, No Temp. Adjustment
We love this incubator. My family and I have hatched quail, ducks, and chickens in this thing. (all with the appropriate sized racks, as it comes with several) When it first arrived, my first impression was....styrofoam? Really? But as it turns out, its actually pretty tough. We got the egg turner with it.
The success rate with thing thing has been really good, except for the ducks. Only 3 of 16 hatched because one day we put to much water in it and the water was touching the eggs. 14 were growing when we candled them. There were only 3 water didn't touch and they hatched. So make sure you don't put in to much water in this thing.
One thing i've noticed is the temperature. You cannot adjust the temp. and it is pretty high. We average 102-103. This was in winter in a shop with very little insulation, so it was mabye 5-10 degrees warmer inside. Its the same temps, 102-103, inside the house, so it must have some kind of sensor inside. The only reason I mention this is because sometimes a lower temp can hatch out more females, but you can't do that with this incubator.
This incubator is very easy to use, just plug in, add eggs and water, and check on it every now and then. I wouldn't leave it alone for more than a few days, because of the water evaporating, but other people have.
Overall, I would reccomend this incubator to anyone who needs something that they can rely on and can't watch it 24/7. This is a great first incubator, and it will last. There are better incubators on the market, but not for this price! Its great for beginners and experts alike, and I might get more this year.