As you know I use many LGs in local classrooms. These are still air with turner. (Yes, I am a true believer in LGs) It seems one of the bators just wouldn't work right this year, so I added a computer fan to it. At first I put it in so the air was blowing down on the eggs. This worked, but for some strange reason the eggs in the center, below the fan, stayed cooler than I wanted them. So I turned the fan upside down and added half inch spacers, so the air is forced up and flows evenly over the eggs. Ran for five days, until power outage, and held at 99 to 99.5 degrees. Today, after 4 days the power came back on and the temp is back to 99 degrees and holding. We are going to put this bator in a classroom over the Christmas holiday and see what happens. The classroom temp will be set at 65 degrees, so there should be no problem there. We are going to set up a temp recorder that will give us a reading of the temp over the time period. This test will be made on 3 bators, 1 still air, 1 with a fan down and the test model, fan up. On Jan. 10th, we will see what happens. 36 eggs in each, which one will have the best hatch? Anyone want to guess? I wish this test could be made without the children coming back. That way the only time the door would be opened is on day 18 to turn the turners off and kick up the humidity. Hey jamie, sound in. Need your thoughts on this.