OK. So this one is also in honor of Miss Prissy. I have added one extra twist however. DH was supposed to make this a few weeks ago but was distracted by his cars so I was left to my own devices. I spent a little more money than I would have liked but it was still cheaper than buying another LG. I used an old 40 gal cooler that DH refused to utilize for food (even after a good bleaching). You see he left a sandwich in it for a year, in the sun, in FL. He went to pack it for a canoe trip and learned that you never say "I'll get to that later" when it comes to coolers and food. Glass from cheap picture frames was used for the viewing windows It is hard to see the tubing for the water. It is in the sponge to make sure the water does to slosh everywhere. The end is capped but I can hook it up to the water source easily. I have integrated gloves into this model so heat and humidity won't be lost when turning the eggs. The glove was stretched around a 6 in clean out adapter that was 3 or 4 bucks at Lowes. There is a cap to ensure that the H&H stays in and the glove can be retracted into the fitting. So far the reading have held perfectly at 99.8 and 42% without water. I am going to do a trial run with water over the next two days to make sure it can hold the humidity for hatching. DH was shocked that I finished it and that it actually works. So was DD Stella.