So I ordered an incubator and I was so excited when I finally got it that I turned it on straight away (after reading instructions of course ) Outside end with water tray Top (as you can see it is too hot Inside as I thought it was way out) I then left it on overnight and found that I needed to put it in the packaging box with the foam around it as it went 2 degrees lower overnight and so I did that but without closing the lid. Still the same result and then I decided to shut the lid up so I did that and had to put a book on top to keep the lid closed. That did the job and then the only think left was to get a hygrometer to get the humidity sorted before putting eggs in. Being in a small town I looked everywhere and I finally found a weather station in the Post Shop I looked everywhere else first and there last but alas I finally found it. And then I had to test it so I started with the salt and water test but after 4 hours it was stuck on 69% and the information was mixed. Some said to put a little salt with a few drops of water, others said to put a teaspoon of salt to a few drops of water and then others say to put 1/2cup salt to 1/4 cup water and that is only the start. Then it was all different times So off to do more research and I found the other way with the damp towel. Basically you wrap the hygrometer in a damp hand towel and leave it for 8 hours. We also went to get the chickens and roosters and got a great deal with 10 nine month old brown leghorn bantam hens and one brown leghorn bantam rooster for $60 (or I hope it was ) Now it is all a waiting game LOL. Waiting to see how accurate the hygrometer is and waiting for the chickens to lay fertile eggs.