So, I have decided I want to feed my bobwhite hatching addiction this spring. Last summer I had some good success hatching in my Brinsea Mini Advance... then bought an EcoGlow Brooder from Brinsea and really liked that too! I am a fan of Brinsea, based upon my experiences up to this point, and was thinking of skipping up over the Octagons and getting an Ova-Easy, but then started thinking about numbers and logistics. I plan on having 8 hens this spring and would like to incubate in staggered hatches, with a separate hatcher for lock down. I am estimating about 6 eggs/day for a 20 day incubation cycle (23 days-3 days lock down), totaling a 120 egg capacity necessary. The cabinet stopped making sense to me when I realized it was a about twice as much capacity as I need and that I couldn't bump the humidity up in the hatching basket. I am back to thinking about buying two octagons (40 and a 20) or two used GFQ/Dickys cabinets. I am wondering if anyone has experience/wisdom to impart regarding staggered hatches and/or what I should be looking for in a hatcher in particular? Which incubators do the best job of maintaining humidity? What other considerations for hatching more quail am I missing? I am open to other brands, but have had a good experience with Brinsea so I thought it was a good point to move forward from.