I ordered eggs aproximately 3 days after my broody went broody. a few hours after I ordered, look who was off the nest. Since then she hasn't been broody, she still screams and puffs up, but that's only the hour or so she takes to lay her egg. I'm still getting broody poo's though... :sh So what do I do? I go to IKEA. Why you may ask? Because IKEA is awesome. What I Bought: A tupperware container A wire for a light A dimmer that attatches to the wire A wire cup to cover up the light bulb I didn't get any light bulbs there because they didn't product much heat, they were all very thick glass. I also didn't get a thermometer there because they only had one, but it was a meat timer too, but didn't measure humidity. I got the remaining materials at Fred Meyers. I got: A 60 watt bulb 2 thermometers that measured tempature, and humidity. I didn't get digital ones, because they were $40. I ended up spending $4 on each thermometer that I bought. They seem pretty accurate. Final cost from both stores: $28 The eggs cost $16 a dozen, and $7 for shipping, a total of $51 spent, $11 more than an automatic egg turner. What I did: 1. Drilled a hole inside the top of the tupperware container, big enough for the light bulb 2. Drilled 3 holes on the top for ventilation. 1 bigger one, 2 smaller ones. 3. Hooked up the wiring for the bulb, and attatched everything so that the dimmer would work. 4. Put the thermometers in there, both facing different directions. 5. I already had little iddy bitty cups handy, put a little water in each. So I put 4 in, too high, 2 in, too high, 1 seemed to do it. Now for the pics: General View, btw, it's on an IKEA stand. View from the top, you can't see it, but the temparature says 100 degrees, and the humidity says 47% And inside the incubator, you can see the wire cup I used, as well as the cup used for humidity.