First time hatching shipped eggs. I thought all I had to do was let the egg settle for 24-36 hours and incubate as normal. Maybe I've just been reading too much but there's a lot of opinions on here. For the record..I do have a lot of experience & success incubating large hatches of my own eggs in 2 redwood style incubators. I've never candled for "loose air cells" before. I don't see anything "floating around" in my shipped eggs...is that a good thing?? But I also can't see an air sac in the normal place but I didn't see an air sac in my fresh yard eggs either. I did see the air sac in some of the several day old eggs in the fridge. Would someone please post pics of a "loose" air cell?? My shipped eggs are 18 hours into their "settling" period. I plan to put them into the incubator tonight. This brings up another question....I don't have automatic turners and the eggs will be incubated in the flat/natural position. I'm reading a lot of folks set them upright. Anybody hatch flat and get good results? My eggs probably only traveled 3-400 miles so maybe they never took a plane ride. They were packaged really well with no damage. Box was intact. I think sometimes I read too much. Anyone with experience please post.