I have looked at quite a few home made incubators (as well as very nice "real" ones) and going with the fact I will have eggs here in a few days and the only local place to turn to is TSC for a LG still air incubator I decided I would go ahead and try my hand at making one after reading the not so good reviews on LG. Granted I WILL be getting a "good one" very soon, but I know it won't be here in time. I am slightly new to this, I have incubated button quail eggs with a very tiny flying saucer shaped one. I had a good hatch rate with that (only one out of 7 did not hatch, but it was fully developed, just couldn't pip). I will be changing a few things in it (there were a few things I could not find in Walmart at 8:00 on a Sunday, going to Lowes tomorrow) I know I probably need a higher shelf as well. I bought one, but it did not fit the way I wanted it to in the tank. I'm not sure of the fan, it's not very strong---but I'm not sure how strong is TOO strong. I SUCK at electrical rewiring so I opted to try and not do that if possible. I have it sitting at 95 degrees (hoping it will go higher)and between 55-65% humidity right now as the farthest end (I could not find a probe thermometer, but I know I have one somewhere). It's been up and running for about 45 minutes. Please tell me if I should just go buy the LG, because I will. I just hazard spending 50 bucks one something I really don't know will crap out on me. Suggestions, comments, concerns?