A lovely member offered me 4 colored sebbie eggs. How could I resist? She sent them well packaged and all 4 were in excellent shape on their trip to my house. I let them sit on the counter overnight then put them in my new Dickey 'Bator. Day 1 - 4 I did not touch a thing. Temps hovering at 99.3 - 99.7. Humidity at 58% I have had to do a little work to get the humidity to rise up where I prefer it at 65% for goose eggs. Day 5 - I took the tray out and let the eggs cool for 15 min on my counter. They were given a spray of warm water to help simulate a wet mother goose coming from a swim and setting her nest. Day 6- 9 has been the same. Day 10 - today! I candled them. Here are the results- w00t! I use a Surefire flashlight to candle with. It is theG2 model with upgraded LED light and rechargable battery.