Ok, so with eggs coming tomorrow or Saturday, I just went out the the ranch supply store and bought their only incubator that was in stock: the Farm Innovator 2100 still air unit. Upon googling, I think I feel OK hatching in a still air. But last night I set it up with 3 thermometers and 2 hydrometers, and I want to know if I need to tweak any further or leave it alone: The bulb thermometer laying flat on the wire is 99.5. The digital one that is approximately 1 inch from the floor is 101 and holding steady for 12 hours. It doesn't give me 10ths of a degree on that thermometer. The wafer one built into the top of the incubator fluctuates a lot and I'm not relying on it as it's only temping the very top of the incubator where no egg or chick will ever see. It goes from 98 to 102 and adjusts every time the heating element comes on. Humidity is at 52-57%. I also laid that bulb thermometer on top of the digital for awhile and it read nearly 102 (about 2 inches off the wire). So how do I figure which is accurate? I'm a first timer, and here's the rationale I have: Average the temp from the very bottom of the incubator with the temp of the digital; that should give me the average temp of the area where the eggs will be. Yes, no, I'm an idiot? Advice??