Here's some pics of my first ever try at incubating. Have to say I love the Brinsea. It really is a set it and forget it (other than checking the water from time to time). I probably had close to 30 eggs initially and split them out between my Brinsea Mini and an old LG bator a friend gave us. Quite a few of the eggs were more than two weeks old, so I put the most recently laid eggs in the Brinsea and the rest in the LG. Eventually ended up with 9 that started to really develop. So far 7 out of 9 have hatched. Not expecting the last two to hatch, but you never know. May just be slow pokes. Now have 7 out of 9 that have hatched. I really doubt the last two are going to hatch. They were growing but may have stopped a day or two ago for whatever reason, but that happens. 7 out of 9 isn't too bad. I candled them again and didn't see any movement. I'll leave them in the bator for at least another day and see what happens. Moved over to the new home to finish drying out: If you're bored a video of two hatching at almost the exact same time. They make it out around the 2:45 mark (click picture to launch) - Wanted to also say a special thanks to Nancy for all her help and providing the eggs for me. Most important lesson learned from this - leave 'em alone! Some of the chicks pipped and were out two hours later while one took around 28 hours from the initial pip to get out. I won't be doing any further hatches this year, but already looking forward to next year and doing this again. I'm glad I stayed home this morning. Chances are the last two won't hatch and I would have missed out on watching the 4 that came out today.