Hello all! I'd love to hear your expert opinions on how I should proceed incubator-wise. Back story: I was all set and excited to order the Brinsea octagon 20 eco manual turner last week on amazon but when I was telling my co-workers one of them offered to let me borrow their incubator that they had used in the past. I wavered but said okay in the interest of saving money and because this is my first time and who knows if I will ever hatch eggs again ( I hope I do!) and she said she had an okay hatch rate and she REALLY wanted me to borrow it . Anyways, my co-worker neglected to tell me that the last time she used it must have been 10+ years ago because it is OLD AS SIN. And crappy. It's an old round still-air Hova-bator and I can't get it to regulate. It's either turning off or 106+ degrees according to all my thermometers (mercury & digital). My boyfriend offered to buy me the Brinsea that I originally wanted but they are all sold out everywhere! Until the 18th! AND my eggs are due to arrive the 13th! I am panic-ing. SO here are my options and where I need your help! Should I: 1. Run down to tractor supply and get the Little Giant still air incubator and buy a small computer fan and cross my fingers? http://www.tractorsupply.com/little-giant-reg-still-air-incubator-2167379 OR 2: Should I order the Farm Innovators Model 2200 circulated air model that has terrible reviews but can be shipped to my house by monday (love amazon prime <3) and still cross my fingers? http://www.amazon.com/Farm-Innovato...ubator/dp/B007571D8Y/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top Please let me know! I have about 5 hours before I can't order the amazon incubator in time to get here by monday. I'd like to have it monday so I can fiddle around with it for 2 days and make sure everything works well and I don't have any temp or humidity issues. Thank you all!