http://www.ustream.tv/channel/wendywr1 I set eggs around 7 or 8pm on Friday, December 28th. They were all laid by my Cream Legbar, Indy. I have three roosters in the pen- a white legbar rooster (shown behind Indy), a black copper marans rooster, and a golden laced polish rooster. I'm hoping that the legbar rooster is the father so that the babies are autosexing, but my gut feeling is they're all going to pop out black, indicating they're all fathered by the black copper marans. I collected her eggs for a week. Towards the end, one of her eggs wasn't laid in the proper place, and it had some cracking at the blunt end. Because without it, I'd only have 4 legbar eggs, I decided to just leave it alone and set it (egg #6 is the cracked egg). Since I only had 5 eggs, I decided to get one more egg of hers out of the fridge. So, egg #5 was in the fridge for 8-9 days before getting pulled out to get set. The last egg was set Saturday morning, so it's about 12 hours behind everyone else. This morning, which is about halfway through day 19, my son wakes me up to tell me he hears chirping. I thought he was crazy because my chicks NEVER hatch early. Ever. But, I went int, and sure enough, eggs 1, 2, and 3 had pipped. While I was trying to get the webcam set up, egg #5 (fridge egg) pipped. Because they're so early, I don't expect anyone to hatch for a while, but you never know. If you are interested, sit back and watch the pipped eggs.