I'll try to get pictures. The windows are pretty fogged up right now but as soon as it clears, I'll give it a try. The guy I got the eggs from wasn't sure what they would be. I posted on Craigslist that I needed fertile eggs to hatch and he was the only one to respond and his price was $4 a dozen. I didn't want to pay for expensive eggs and have them shipped when I really didn't think this styrofoam box would hatch chicks. The guy said he has mostly Australorps and Buff Orpingtons but they all run free so he couldn't guarantee anything. I just had a $10 coupon for Tractor Supply so I figured I'd pick up the styrofoam incubator. It only cost $32 after the coupon. A friend of mine had an electric turner and I rigged up an old computer fan to move the air around. I still can't believe they hatched.
How Fun! I remember my first bator hatch, it was so exciting, and like you I was amazed that it worked. I was using a LG still air and hand turning--had the "well, these things don't always work out speech ready for the kids, but never needed to use it. Pictures would be great when you get a chance, can never have too many fuzzy butt pictures!