Well, I checked the mail today and got my button eggs, but no hovabator (don't worry, I am going to be using the LG for the button eggs, it's already running). Then I get home from work tonight and there it is, two boxes strapped together, my 1588 and 1610!!! Hubby brought it in, so it was room temp by the time I got home, so I tore into it and have it set up right now. I'm hoping to do staggered hatches, and use the LG as a hatcher then. Anyways, what I'm wondering is, first, is it going to be a total pain in the butt if I have to change the racks while I have eggs in it? Like, I'm soon getting chicken eggs to hatch, plus I might switch the button eggs over to the 1588 in a few days, once it's stable. The bator will be mostly full of chicken eggs at this time, 5 racks chicken eggs and one rack quail eggs. Later, I'll be putting much more quail eggs in it, so I'll need to have more quail racks than chicken racks. If I have the button eggs in it, after removing the chicken eggs, will it be hard to switch the racks while the button eggs are still in one of the racks? Also, what do I have to do now? I have my rack set up, five chicken racks, one quail rack, and it's in the bator, the bator is all set up and plugged in. I still need to put my thermometers in there (I have one digital, but I don't want to trust just one). I put the turner in because I've heard others complain about the temp rising after the racks were placed in it, and having to readjust, and I'm hoping to skip that step, lol. Anyways, I left it on the factory setting of 4. Now what? Do I just wait a day and see where it's at? If it's perfect on the money, then can I add the eggs and water and tada?