So I've been shipping some of my hatching eggs and I was curious. I keep tweaking my shipping method. Recently I've done it this way for a little while, 1/2 inch styrofoam "panels" that line the whole box. I believe this in combination with meak's method(bubble wrapping eggs basically) would make the best combo. I was thinking about doing my bantam eggs in jumbo size cartons. I'm wondering if the eggs wouldn't get enough air between the bubble wrap and the carton? I imagine they don't need much but just curious if anyone knew. Someone suggested just using bubble wrap and lining without putting in an egg carton but I feel like the carton does give the eggs more stability. I've had several people get some really good hatch rates(like 8-10 of 12). Between the tissue, closed carton and fit in box, my eggs are not moving unless the package is.