Update on the Wine-bator test run: Apparently, I was lucky enough to be sent an IncuKit with a faulty thermostat. Yeah,...not really! So after, the empty test runs, thinking I had the kinks worked out, I filled one of the rack with eggs (Marans, Cochin, EEs) and I struggled to get the temp stabilized. It would ready 99.5, then 8hrs later spike to 103, 105, etc. I would then try and adjust it and the process would repeat itself. After 5 days of that game I called the company for a replacement or my money back. They mentioned they would gladly send a replacement. So last night, I pulled 12 eggs out to start tossing them out. I figured I had COOKED them all. Well, to my surprise and disbelief, the first egg I cracked had a live developing embryo in it! WTH, I thought! First, I felt awful for the little guy then I thought about the rest of the eggs....... Are they really developing? Can they be developing properly? Should I ride the incubation out? (Which is my inclination) Or should I spare the developing chicks from what, one might imagine would be a flock of deformed zombie chicks if they hatch and just start fresh? BTW, I just got the new kit today.