I've read some glowing reports about the 1588 incubator and believe it is probably the best styrofoam incubator on the market right now. I'm curious, though, as to what people who have experience using the 1588 think are things that could be improved about it or things that they've actually done to improve it. Maybe a 1588 "modifications" list???? One specific thing I'm wondering about is the styrofoam itself. Does it hold up well or does it take a beating rather quickly...inside and outside? Is it run-of-the-mill cheap mass produced styrofoam cooler material or is it a better grade, heavier (more dense) foam? Thanks! Ed ============================================= Ok, here is a list of the modifications, "would be nice to have item", or "you might like to know" that folks have mentioned: *1. Handles added to the lid. *2. Add plastic tubing so that water can be added to the water tray from the outside via a funnel or syringe. (There is still a question of being able to tell how much water is in the tray, especially if the incubator is full of eggs). *3. Put a drop of super glue or epoxy on the fanblade to keep it from sliding down the shaft. The blade sliding down tends to make the fan louder so if your incubator starts making more noise your fanblade my need sliding back in place.