I am hoping that those of you who have set eggs in these incubators can give me a little insight. I spent a lot of time calibrating the thermometers and the wafer things that control temp. I used a red dye thermometer and compared the temps of a couple of digital thermometers I'm using and the temps were wayyy off, like by 6-7 degrees, so I marked it accordingly and assume that when my eggometer reads about 107 the eggs are at 100 degrees. I found that after I added the eggs and gave it some time, the temp that I had perfectly adjusted kept creeping up. I found the eggometer reading 108.4 and said, yikes! The red dye thermometer is still in there, but it's hard to read, as the marks are for every two degrees and while it may look like it's "barely" above 100 degrees, it may well have made it to the dreaded 103 mark. I added a computer fan so it's not a still air incubator, but it's possible the air is still stratified I suppose. The thermometer is sitting on top of the eggs. I only set the eggs on Tuesday morning. So my question is, did I kill the eggs? And how long can I expect the temp to keep creeping up? I know in a vague sort of way that mass will act as a heat sump and that it will take less action on the part of the incubator to keep things warm as the eggs heat up. However, I expected that to level out in half a day or so. Here I am two days later and I'm still having to check and adjust the thermostat down. Any experience you can share appreciated!