I was going to wait till Saturday, Day 9, to candle all of them, and I am still going to wait till then for the Welsummers and the Buff Orpingtons Julie sent as extras, but I decided to candle them in stages since the Hovabator turner is full and I hate to keep it open that long; just makes it harder to recover temp and humidity. I did candle the dozen Rhode Isl Reds as well as the one from Julie's Splash Orp pen plus the six Blue/Black Ameraucanas sent by HenHaven from California. I'm very happy to report that only one of the Rhode Isl Red eggs seems to have a blood ring-all other eggs I candled are growing perfectly! Not too shabby for shipped eggs, huh? I'm going to re-candle that RIR egg when I candle the rest of those eggs this weekend. All fourteen eggs in the Fridge-a-Bator were growing fine on Day five, including one Welsummer egg that was in there because it was an extra that wouldn't fit in the turner of the Hova. If all continues to progress this way, this will be a good hatch.