I was gifted an incubator, this isn't my first hatch though However, this will be my first shipped eggs hatch! I bought Silkie eggs, they came 3 day insured, priority mail. A few were cracked. I filed a claim on them. Anyway, I candled them all right away. 4 seem to have detached air cells, two appear to be still attached. They are all in an egg carton on my kitchen counter at room temperature (about 71 degrees) resting for 24 hrs. I planned to begin incubating after the 24 hr period but I've been reading more about detached air cells and am torn about what my hatching strategy should now be. I planned to hatch all 6 eggs together but with 4 detached should I: 1. Remove turning tray from incubator and hand turn the attached air cell eggs beginning on day 1 while letting the detached eggs remain unturned for 36 hrs? This will mean lots of temperature and humidity drops... or 2. Let the incubator turn them all after 36 hrs and avoid having to open the incubator often? What would you do/ what have you done? Also, any experience with the Brinsea Mini Advanced incubator and monitoring the humidity? Would you be concerned about calibrating the new incubator? Thanks in advance for any advice or opinions!