Hi all, this is my first post here. I've read the forum off and on for a couple of years but just now joined. This is a great forum! I know that there are several incubators that have a hatching tray at the bottom with turning incubation trays above. How do you deal with the need to raise the humidity levels for the hatching eggs while there are incubating eggs at different stages still in the turners? I have a large cabinet incubator that I was given a couple of years ago. It's a Phoenix 6010, not sure if the company is still in business, but it was last year. I called and talked to them and my incubator would cost $2,195 as of then! Yikes! It's in perfect condition and looks like new. The people I got it from briefly raised emus or ostriches, I don't remember which, and didn't use it any more and were going to throw it away! I also got a Dickey hatcher with it. It has automatic electronic humidity and temp control, auto turning from 1-4 hours, inside light, and full glass door. It works very well and holds steady temps. I've never used it because I've not had the room for it, but we recently moved and now I have a place for it. What I'm considering doing is removing the bottom one or two trays, (it has four) and putting in a stationary tray in the bottom for hatching. Then I'd only need the one unit and could sell the Dickey hatcher. I really don't need four trays, two even will be a bit much and that would save me some space to get rid of the separate hatcher. I have to modify the trays anyway as they are for ostrich/emu eggs. Anybody think that there would be any problems with doing that? Right now I'm using a Roll-X incubator and a Brower tophatch for a hatcher. Planning on selling the Brower soon as I have a Turn-X coming off ebay for a hatcher. I'll probably keep the Roll-X and Turn-X for when I just want to set a few eggs. Well this is getting really long so I'll stop for now.