We built a bator and thought we would share our pictures. We started with a cooler that we had received a shipment of meat in. We cut a whole in the top for a double window made out of plexiglass. We cut a groove on each side of the lid for the plexiglass to sit down into. We then used caulk and duct tape to seal it up. Then we set about constructing a turner We installed a wafer thermostat and a computer fan and found a rack that would work Looks like the turner fits and will work We ran all the wiring inside the bator through plastic conduit so the kids wouldn't get shocked if they decided to go excavating. We also added vent holes and a tube to add water. We used a 60 watt bulb behind a foil shield (bottom of a lasagna pan) and added a peanut butter jar full of water to act as a heat sink. Our Water wiggler is actually an egg filled with hair gel and sealed with hot glue and the temp probe inside. We call it the "fake egg'. Our bator is holding very steady. We added a couple of scientific thermometers to see if the digital one was accurate. We calibrated the hygrometer and found it read 4% points lower than actual and the thermometer is pretty close.