I just put my first ever batch of eggs in this past Tuesday. Thought we had the incubator pretty steady temp and humidity wise, but have had some issues. Highest temp was 101.9 for almost a day, but the rest of the time has stayed between 99.8 and 100.9 Humidity has been more variable. Anywhere from 28% to 67%. When it gets over 55% I open the vent. Seems like it'll be 32%, I add a LITTLE bit of water, and it shoots up to 67%. It is driving me NUTS! I have a Genesis 1588 with auto turner. Today is day 6. I sorta candled them with a LED flashlight, but it's a little too big and kinda hard to do it with, BUT, It looks like the majority of the eggs have the air cell down at the pointy end???? Now one of them I saw the embryo bouncing around inside (HOW FREAKIN' COOL IS THAT!!!) and several definitely had veins, but many of them I just see sort of a blob at the large end. Some of the eggs were stored a little longer than I cared for while we were trying to get the incubator right, about 10 days and were stored little end down in egg cartons. Is what I'm seeing normal? I googled, but honestly, I am working nights and don't have a ton of time to research it right this minute. In fact, I am going to bed here in a few so I can go back to work tonight. I didn't really see any pics that show the air cell down at the small end. I do intend to buy a better flashlight and candling again in a couple days.