OK, so I am on day 9 with my first incubation ever. I bought some guinea eggs. The guy I got them from locally had 50 guineas and 15 were male, so he said he always had good fertilization rates on the batches he incubated, and he had 3 going that I saw that day. Anyway, I got a 150 lumen LED flashlight, and it does glow through great! The question is, what the heck am I looking for? I have some that look like a dark thick ring in them, and others look more like they have a dark blob. One was CLEAR, with no dark in it at all, I figure it is just not fertilized, right? I also read that dark is good, but I certainly don't see what the pics look like that are posted on the forum page that was so well done. I have been pretty solid at 99.5 to 100 degrees with 50-60 percent humidity on my hygrometer. I bought a really good Fluger Thermo / Hygrometer at Petsmart as I read people here saying how cheap ones would be problematic. So, I feel confident in how they have been housed so far. Any insights or input would be greatly appreciated!!