I've seen a lot of BYC members post pictures of their wonderful DIY and home brew incubators. The complexity varies from a simple foam cooler and a lightbulb to converted refrigerators with temperature, humidity, and egg rotation control. The common theme (IMO) though, is that folks tend to forgo the conventional incubators (and high price) and make their own. After looking at various models, I've found that even entry level incubators are extraordinarily basic. A Hovabator or LG with fan and egg turner can easily run over 80 bucks. That's a bit nuts for what is essentially a styrofoam box with a few innards. That got me thinking. What would I want in an incubator? Price temperature control, humidity control, and an egg turner. It would also be nice to be upgrade it or move it to new DIY incubator. A kit would be perfect for that! And the closest thing that comes to it is the IncuKit, which can only go up to 150 watts. I talked to a friend of mine that is very knowledge with programming and has even worked on a few competitive robots. He said he would be interested helping me make a kit. If we could get it made at a reasonable, cost we might could even get it manufactured. That is if there is enough interest. So is there any interest in a kit that you could throw into a fridge/freezer or other readily available container? If so: 1. What features would you want in it? 2. What's a reasonable price? 3. How modular would you want it? (As in able to remove and add features) What I'm thinking is something similar to the IncuKit but with the ability to control humidity, an egg turner, add bigger heater sources for bigger incubators. Tell me your thoughts please!