Holding my breath and hoping these eggs can pip and hatch. I put them in an incubator the afternoon of March 9th and had problems with temperature swings with a wafer thermostat so I moved the eggs to a home built incubator with a digital thermostat. We live at high altitude and have wild variations of atmospheric pressure with storms which might have affected the wafer thermostat temperature swings, some as high as 104. No pips yet but temperatures and humidity have been good. I water candled one egg and it was alive! Sharing a picture of my incubator in case anyone has suggestions. The lockdown temperature has been just below 100 (set at 37.4 C) and the lockdown humidity is around 68%. I have sponges in the trays and an extra tray with a sponge in the other end of the incubator. Can't seem to get the humidity any higher? 14% relative humidity in our home.