@Saris - I'm catching up, so forgive if this has already been answered, but you were asking about the direction of turning for saddled cells, with regard to the dip. I asked the same thing (had a hard time getting folks to understand what I was asking). It's not in Hathcing 101 or any of Sally's info that I could see - got an answer from @LocalYokel. He even posted a picture for me.
Think of the saddle as an air sac that is beginning to roll (on the long ends), but still attached on the shorter/dipped ends. If you turn parallel to the long ends (i.e., in the direction of the long parts of the saddle), you would encourage it to roll more. If you turn them the other way, you are reducing the chance of them getting worse. That's how I understood it.
So, you turn toward and way from the dips. It's much easier to understand with the picture - I'm looking for his post now.
- Ant Farm
Edit: @Sally Sunshine - do you want to comment? Could this be added to the shipped eggs info if it is the right thing to do? (I hope it is, this is what I did with my eggs!!!). See also my post below with the links to LocalYokel's post and picture.
Edited by Fire Ant Farm - 2/12/16 at 7:54pm