I don't get on here as much as I'd like to but I lurk from time to time. I just wanted to share my new(to me) incubator and the results. I took an old Starbucks refrigerator and gutted it, saving the wires, the fan and the racks and made my incubator. I used 2 ceramic light sockets with 40 watt appliance bulbs as my heat source. My thermostat is a Mh1210F that I ordered off EBay. It is a digital thermostat that works great. I also ordered some digital thermometer/hygrometers to be able to keep track of the humidity. My humidity control is a glass pie plate from Goodwill sitting on the rack at the top. My wife ordered me a turner for Father's Day because she got tired of me trying to plot out how to make my own. All together, I think the turner cost more than everything else, or very close. I set 12 eggs on August 18th. I noticed my humidity was hovering around 75% so I started reading all I could(again) in the learning center and basically went with the dry hatch method. I took the water out and my humidity dropped down to 30%-35% where I kept it until time for lockdown. After a week, I candled and tossed 2 duds. Everything else looked good until about 4-5 days later. That's when the odor started and one started leaking. I took it out and cracked it(very carefully outside) and it was a dud too. They are Austrolorps so some were hard to see through. On day 18, I raised the humidity back to about 70%, turned the turner off and waited anxiously.Early on day 20, I noticed that 2 eggs had pipped. But to make a long story shorter, by the end of day 21, all 9 hatched out. I'll attach some pictures, in no particular order, and try to answer any questions. I'm always looking to improve and help out where I can. My wife, a school teacher, is already planning future hatches.