I set my eggs Friday afternoon and I've been resisting the urge to candle all weekend. Today I told myself I would look at just a couple around the incubator edge. You know, prove to myself that at least something was growing. These are my first shipped eggs so I'm worried nothing will hatch (had a lot of detached air cells). One of the eggs I took out was very, very lightly stuck in the turner. It had a faint ring around the bottom of dried, crusty something. None of the eggs had broke during shipping and all were clean when I set them. I put the light to it and there are no cracks at all. What I did find was 5 or 6 areas where moisture was seeping out of the egg, about the size of a very, very thin needle prick, if that big. I wiped the moisture and watched as more replaced it. I'm assuming this egg should be tossed? A side question in regards to what I saw when I candled; About half the eggs I candled (6 or so) had a very obvious embryo growing. I saw the veins and the heart beat (that was so cool by the way). The other half had nothing that I could see at all. Those also happened to all have detached air cells still (I let them rest 48 hours before plugging the turner in). In the ones that I didn't see anything in, is it pretty much for sure that they won't develop? I'm not throwing anything out at this point (except possibly the leaking egg) but I'm assuming those will eventually need tossing, right? I told myself I would be satisfied with just candling a few, but all that did was make me want to do them all! It's best if I just leave them be though.