(Sorry, that should be "advice" lol) We live in a small farm cottage and heat the house with a wood stove with a backup heat pump. Because of this, it is not uncommon for our temperature inside the house to fluctuate quite a bit. The only place I've got indoors where the temperature is fairly stable is the master bathroom (farthest from the wood stove) which is not in use except for an occasional potty run by my youngest- no showers or hair driers, etc. in there to mess with temp or humidity. Problem is, besides being the most stable temp in the house, it's also the coldest- it's usually pretty cold, around 55-60 degrees. I know warmer weather is coming and this won't be as much of an issue, but to help the incubator attain and maintain ideal temp, would it be ok to put it inside of another styrofoam box with the lid propped slightly open to allow ventilation? I have a Hova Bator 1588 Genesis (prior to 2012 model, no digital temp/humidity display), and a Hova Bator 2632N. THey are both used bators and the 2632 seems to have come right up to 99.5 degrees by my thermometer. I've been checking the 1588 with another thermometer and it's around 99.1, but I know they advise leaving it alone for several hatches before messing with the thermostat. Anyhow, just wondering if anyone had experience with this or could offer any insight. I have a large styrofoam cooler I was going to put the bator into to help reduce heat loss in such a cold room... any thoughts? Thanks in advance from an incubating noob!!