Since there are apparently no limits to my chicken obsession, I am thinking about getting an incubator but I need some input from you guys - you all seem to know so much! I'd hate to run out to TSC and buy the LG and turner they have there just because I WANT IT NOW and it's fairly inexpensive and then end up shelling out money for a better one later. I'm trying to get the best one for my needs now, so it will be around for the long haul. I want something almost idiot proof (yes, I'm saying I'm an idiot!) and easy for a beginner to use, yet something that a more experienced hatcher would use, too. I WANT IT ALL, dang it! I've managed to narrow it down to two choices (but then I saw the R-Com King suro...) but I really do need some help. Choice Number One: The Brinsea Octogon 20 Advance (w/o the automatic humidity control). http://www.brinsea.com/prod-Octagon_20_ADVANCE_digital_egg_incubator-210.aspx I wasn't going to go for the auto humidity right now, but I think I can add that later with this incubator. The price is kinda high, but I like that it's not styrofoam (not sure why I like that it's not styrofoam, actually...) and that it's all digital. I'm a geek and I like technology! Choice Number Two: The Genesis Hovabator 1588 with the automatic egg turner. https://www.gqfmfg.com/store/comersus_viewItem.asp?idProduct=66 I really don't want the quail eggs that come with this (if I'm reading the description right!). I do like the price better, but if I end up buying a Brinsea in a two months or something, that won't matter. In writing this post, I've almost talked myself into the Brinsea, but I'd love hear what some of you with a lot of hatching experience have to say. Thanks a ton - I know this information is available in all of the former posts entitled "best incubator for a beginner," etc., but I think I need someone to push me to hit the "buy" button.