Okay, guys. I'm setting up my new hatch. Eggs are due here tomorrow.. I'm getting 24+, and then I have some eggs from my own chickens to hatch. I'm using an LG Still Air, and have been researching, but need more clarification. First off, how should I turn the eggs? Do I open the top window or open the ENTIRE incubator? Can I put the eggs in cartons and then just tilt the entire incubator either way to keep as hands-off as possible? I know the thing that is most detrimental to chicks is lost temperature and lost humidity.. Second off, should I even use cartons? I heard of some chicks pipping at the wrong end and dying from it? I don't know if this is rare, but the thought kind of scares me. Third off, how long should I let the eggs sit? They'll be in the box for about two hours before I get home from school. Sitting outside. (It's obnoxious.) It's supposed to be 70 tomorrow and rainy, possibly. So, what should I do? Fourth, temperature and humidity. For a still air, it should be around 101, right? The humidity should be 30-40%? Thanks in advance, and please, if you have any other advice to get a successful hatch from shipped eggs in an LG, PLEASE tell me! I'm so scared about this all..