My hatch was due on Wednesday. I originally set 14 eggs. Last Friday I took out 7 (mostly non-starters but a couple of early quitters) and was left with 7 going into lockdown. I saw definite movement in two of them. Well, Wednesday came and went with no peeping, no pips, no rocking. Thursday, too. So today I officially gave up and cracked my eggs to try to figure out what happened. As I went into lockdown I was concerned that my humidity seemed too low and I added more water. When they didn't hatch I was afraid I added too much water. After having de-shelled my little guys, I'm completely confused. It looks like the air cells were huge--which would be a sign of low humidity, right? The most advanced little guy looks like he got through the membrane but was stuck to his shell--which is again a sign of low humidity. I filled up all of the water reservoirs in the incubator. Next time, should I throw a couple of sponges in there, too? Any advice is greatly appreciated. I'm planning on trying one more time. I should be setting on Wednesday or Thursday next week. The little guy who got through his membrane: I tried to get him out of his shell to see if he was fully developed but he was stuck to the membrane. :-( The air cells seem huge. Partially digested yolk? I'm not sure what I'm looking at. This little guy seemed fully developed.