I'm just so happy. I've been tearing into my new/old incubator today I got yesterday. It's a Farm Master 1200. Old Redwood made in the 1950's. I was told it holds 600 eggs, of course that is chickens I'm sure. It has 6 drawers and you pull out a rod to turn the eggs on each drawer. I think it is all there and in working condition. The inside components look awesome for it's age. We plugged it in outside and fan worked great and it started heating. When I get my sewing room re-arranged I will know more. A nice person on BYC sent me a manual. Sending some pictures. I feel like a 5 year old at Christmas time. It needs some TLC on the outside. I think this is the water tray fits in the top It has 6 drawers. Hard to see but drawer has flat rod that rolls the eggs It has a hydrometer and a thermostat This is the fan unit with the heating element around it. Note the water pan has 3 divided water sections sits in front of the fan. The fan ran great making only air flow sound. The little red light that tells you it's going even works. I got this unit for $200 and 177 mile drive. I was planning to build my own this winter, but decided to watch Craigslist for a while. Now I have to wait till spring to see my boys tails, and try this incubator and pray this happens. I'm sure it will take some more experimenting but I can only go up from last year. (I Would HOPE). I can't believe this is all there is to them. It has a lot of vents to adjust on all sides. I may add a digital thermometer and humidity control. I plan to give it a lot of TLC this winter. Anyone else changing incubators this winter??