So I have had chickens for a year. Bought some buff orps from a local farmer. I decided that this year I was going to try to hatch eggs. This winter I got a brinsea Eco 20. Seems to knee temps regulated nicely. Bought some cream legbar and welsummer eggs from byc members. Put them in the incubator this morning. Now for those of you who are very observant you may be thinking...why are there only 11 cream legbar eggs? Well that's because I broke one putting it in. so my wife had probably the most expensive scrambled egg in her whole life this morning. Anyways...they sat for a sold day before incubating and have read to leave turner off for a day or two. Will be adding turning tomorrow. Best I could tell the air cells were intact for the legbars. The welsummers arrived a day earlier and had that extra day of rest. So the turner should be fine for tomorrow. I have had to fill both water channels. We are still chilly and dry here. Seem to stay in the 30s as long as I top it up now and again. I have been running it for a while as a dry run. So keep your fingers crossed. I know that shipped eggs can be hit or miss. I'll try to update with some candle pics later.