19 eggs ended up in lockdown but two of those we weren't certain about. Overall, air cells looked great on day 18. We are in the second half of day 20 now and have heard peeping and have seen a bit of rocking but no external pips yet. So far, the temperature on the LG10300 has been rock solid, maintaining the temp to within less than half a degree either side of 99.5. This has been confirmed by a second thermometer in the incubator. The 6300 turner performed flawlessly. My only complaint is the humidity sensor. I put in two back up humidity gauges intended for use in terrariums. They have agreed with each other but the LG reading had been consistently high during dry incubation and is low during lockdown. The instructions that came with the LG 10300 state that "The incubator is equipped with a relative humidity sensor intended to provide the user with a humidity reading; this reading is most accurate with 60% to 80% humidity and is not accurate when the incubator is allowed to dry out". Because of this I expected the humidity reading to be off for days 1-18 but I thought that it would pick up the higher humidity during lockdown. It is currently reading 55% while the other two are reading 68%. Not sure if running it dry wrecked the sensor but I wouldn't trust it exclusively if you are doing a dry incubation. Will let you know what the next 36 hours bring! My fingers are crossed!