DH was recently gifted with an Exo Terra bator from a good family friend (waves at her cuz I know she's watching hehehe), and I have a couple of comments I would like to make about this bator. We are presently 1 week into our first attempt at hatching. When we got the incubator, DH read the instructions front to back, plugged it in, fired it up, and we ran it a couple of days. It held temp and humidity PERFECTLY. Had to set the temp at higher than it actually was, but we got a thermometer/hygrometer for $9.95 at Harbor Freight and DH calibrated everything prior to the commencement of this hatching. Now, I know it's a bit premature to give a "review" on this particular incubator, but I have to say that DH and I are both very, very pleased with how it's going so far. Temp and humidity maintenance have literally been effortless. We have turned the eggs three to four times a day. We only have a dozen in there right now, originally started with 16 but four were Trader Joe eggs and all candled clear as of the last 3 days so we chucked 'em. All 12 of the fertile eggs that came from my friend's nests are candling with good development, and all I can say is so far, so good. DH and I will continue to post on this thread as this hatch comes along and share our findings on this incubator. So far, I cannot say enough good stuff about it. It holds a LOT more eggs than we put in it, but because we are new at this, we started out kind of small. It is the same thing as the Reptipro 5000 but without turners. Has anyone else used this incubator? What have been your experiences? Inquiring minds want to know.