Hi all. This site is great. Thanks for all the nice reading and awesome advice. This is my first hatch and I'm VERY excited, but also very cautious. So here's my hatching question > I have two thermometers, one that reads the air temperature and one that reads the water temperatute (submerged). Should these two read the same temp? One is a household-style display that reads a remote sensor (that I've placed in the bator). That's nice because it also reads humididty (which is between 50-60%). The current reading on that device is roughly 100 degrees F. The second is a thermometer I stole from my fish tank and I placed the temp sensor in the water. That reads closer to 96 degrees F. Anyone have any ideas? I started with the fish thermometer at 99.5 but when I added the second thermometer, it was reading well above 102 F and that scared me. I tried to make up the difference (that's how I ended up at 96/100)... So the real question would be: WHAT SHOULD READ 99.5, THE AIR OR THE WATER? OR SHOULD THEY BE THE SAME? I'll post pics from home.