Why is it that I can buy eggs in the market and all shells are intact, all yolks are undamaged, and all air cells are in perfect condition? Those eggs are shipped long distances packed in crates with no protection but the thin little egg carton. They are shaken hard in lumbering big trucks and moved around on bumpy hand trucks, and they are undamaged. Yet, you can pack hatching eggs tenderly with all sorts of padding and they arrive with the yolk scrambled and the air cell broken. It's extra good luck if they actually arrive with the shells intact. Doesn't seem fair, does it.