Ok this is my first incubator and first time hatching eggs, tomorrow night is when I will set my eggs for lockdown. If possible if I posted some pictures of my air sacs would y'all be able to tell if they are at the right spot? I know there are charts online but I'd rather hear first hand that mine are ok. Next my humidity has been around 40-46ish and temp is around 99.5. I have a little giant still air incubator. I have quite a few questions and would appreciate some feedback! 1. Do you raise your humidity when you hear the first external pip or do you prefer to raise your humidity on the 18th day right at lock down? 2. What should I raise mine too, 65? I'm confused about this because I know the humidity will rise once they start hatching won't it begin to drown the chicks that havnt hatched yet if I already turn it up? 3. What is do you prefer to sit the eggs in when you take the turner out? I've seen some cupcake liners and I've heard of putting egg cartons with the bottoms cut out . 4. Should I cover the bottom of the bator with anything so they have something to stand on other than the hardware cloth style floor most bators have? Or will this block the water underneath from raising the humidity. 5. Do you prefer to keep the bator door closed for 24 hours and then remove as many hatched eggs as possible? or do you wait the suggested 3 days? 6. I'm extremely nervous on trying to get the humidity up (whenever y'all suggest me to start) what if the humidity rises too high how will I be able to lower it? I I'm worried me trying to get the humidity just right will be tough for the little ones if it does fluctuate. That's all I can think of for now. I know I'm asking too many but I want as much knowledge as possible I have read online soo many things I'd just like to hear what the real pros have to suggest. Thank y'all!