I set shipped eggs about 4 days ago, and candled them tonight. Every single one had an aircell that either sloshed a bit to the side, or completely floated to the other end of the egg. I did see some development in about 5 of them, despite the detatched aircells. I must say that the shipper went above and beyond in the packaging, and it is 100% the PO that did the damage, no doubt. I know shipped eggs are a gamble, and I already knew the PO is rough round here, but gawsh, ALL the eggs??? The box wasnt even really damaged, just a bit of the corner was smushed a tiny bit. The eggs themselves showed ZERO damage- not even a hairline crack. Anyways... Is there any hope for eggs like this? I am not picking them up or candling again to prevent me screwing them up any worse (and on the off hope the aircells will re-attach). I'm worried about exploders since I dont want to mess with them, but I want to give them every chance to develop. Should I toss the obvious clears and really sloshy aircell eggs? How long can I safely wait to dispose of the undeveloped eggs? PS- Anyone have any advice on how to candle REALLY dark eggs? I have dark eggs in there as well, same shipment.