Looking for some advice and reassurance... I was getting a little TOO obsessive with my first two attempts at hatching, trying to keep the air temp at 102 at the top of the eggs in my Little Giant . So, for my next hatch (setting them this week) I am going to add a home made water wiggler. My hope is that I won't have to "react" to as many temperature fluctuations (without the wiggler I could have the reading fluctuate 1/2 a degree one way or the other within minutes). My question is what temp do I shoot for in the water wiggler with this being a still air? Do I go for 99.5? I need reassurance since I am used to incubating at 102 at the top of the eggs. Thank you! Edited to add the work "to" since I prefer proofreading after I post.