We have 17 eggs in the incubator, the first hatched at 2:30pm yesterday. Number 8 is hatching right now. My humidity has been self stable at 68-74% for almost 4 days now. My incubator is no doubt crowded right now with seven (soon to be 8) chicks bouncing all over the other eggs and shells. So far I see NO evidence of any others pipping right now. Once #8 is out safe and dry, if I look really good and dont see any pipping, can I quickly transfer the chicks to the brooder? My concern is that they are going to start cracking some of these eggs because they are running out of room (they are in a Brinsea 20). Because many of our eggs were too dark to candle well, we arent sure how many others are even fertile. I know the general rule is to leave them until no more eggs are hatching, but what if there are no pips at the time? And I am prepared to get them out as fast as possible to bump the humidity up quick? Seems my humidity has been higher by itself this whole time than many are able to even struggle coming close to... Im not sure why, but I wont complain! Does that give me any wiggle room to pull chicks out?