Im very close to lock down!! There is one egg I put up to the stethoscope and it was just moving like crazy and practically rocking and rolling in my hand. I THINK Im beginning to see a small external thinning in one spot of the shell. Maybe I should do lock down tomorrow morning at the latest, I just candled them, and I HAVE to go into lock down tomorrow for sure, there are 2-3, especially 1 that is very much anxious to start rocking and rolling and piping. There are 2-3 that I'm sure that have eternally piped for sure, they are very much into the air sac and close to the surface of it and I can really make out the bill/egg tooth and possible toe or something, and I can feel them wiggling on my hand. So, I think we may have a couple early birds! The dented one has not eternally piped yet, but it's alive and well, so in a way I just hope I dont wake up to any surprises to soon in the morning, especially with egg #14, that is the most anxious one to get out. I'm a bit nervous because I don't want it hatching on the turners. Im trying to stay neutral and not excited with what happened last week. But the air sacs are very much nice and bright shining through with such detail of the bill/egg tooth not all funky and off and discolored like the last one was. I did get the hatchery up and running today to make sure I am ready for lock down and I dont have to keep tinkering with the temps and humidity. Im nervous about # 14 tonight, I dont see the shell denting upward, but Im seeing something faint and thinning where it might be piping externally. Do you think I'm safe to keep them in the Genesis tonight until I wake up at 5:45am, especially with the really active one close very much in the air sac and close to the top and then go into lock down with all of them, even if maybe 2-3 aren't quite eternally piped yet, but close? Tomorrow will be day 25, actually 6am tomorrow morning will be day 25. What if that one has an external pip by morning, am I safe to quickly move it to the Hova Bator Hatcher??