I have been thinking about graduating from my Hovabator to a Brinsea Octagon 20 for a long time now and finally have enough money set aside for one. Also, we are house-hunting and found some nice properties on 10 acres, so we have been revisiting the possibility of someday having a pair of emus, rheas or ostriches. (Not sure which. I would want a pair of each but someone in our household thinks that's too many. ) So here's my question. I am wondering whether the Brinsea can fit one of these eggs? I read somewhere here that the styrofoam GQF or LG-type bators will fit emu eggs. I was hoping to sell it to help offset the cost of the Brinsea, but should I hang on to the Hova-bator for hatching ratite eggs if I go for the Brinsea? Or should I keep saving up for a cabinet incubator instead? ...Or am I going to get addicted and need the cabinet incubator anyway?