I've set 10 eggs in my incubator. My ducks aren't laying a lot yet-- I'm assuming that only 2-3 are laying from the 1-2 eggs I am getting every day. I have a variety of runner colors and 1 Pekin hen to add neurosis to the group. I'm on day 5 of incubation and will do my first ever candling in 5 days. When I was a kid we tried candling but ended up throwing out the live eggs! We decided to get rid of rotten eggs by throwing them at the side of an abandoned, condemned house-- the duck carcasses horrified me and I realized we may have gotten it wrong. So I may post photos of each egg and ask for confirmation before I toss them. I'm starting to collect eggs for the easter hatch-a-long and am writing the date and conditions of the eggs on their shells (warm, cool, almost too cold when gathered). Eggs will be stored in a room in the high 50's to low 60's (lowest temp I can manage in my house) in a plastic bag to help prevent moisture loss.