I have one of the starfoam Little Giant 9200 incubators--no turner, no fan. Usually have pretty good luck with it. I have gotten 11 Serama eggs thru the mail. 3 are tiny!!, 3 are medium, and 5 are large (for a Serama, I mean) The large ones are still quite a bit smaller than my silkie eggs. I have never hatched Seramas, but understand they are difficult to hatch, so I put 6 Silkie eggs in the bator a couple days ahead, because I am told the Seramas hatch in a couple days less time than the Silkies. 4 of the Silkie eggs are still viable. About 7 or 8 of the Seramas look like they are hopeful, also. I thought if just one SErama hatches, there will be a couple Silkie chicks to keep it company, as it grows. But, my worry is that we will be gone all day to a Thanksgiving dinner the 23rd, which is the day they should be hatching. If the tiny Seramas hatch, they will be much smaller than the Silkies, and I am afraid they may be stomped or wallowed around enough to hurt them. I am wondering if there is a way to divide the incubator in half, with the Silkies on one side and Seramas on the other. Of course I know I could just put something a couple inches high across the middle, but will it be too close to the heating unit, if it is tall enough to keep the chicks from getting over it? Anyone have any experience with this, or have any suggestions?