I have 12 serama eggs arriving Tuesday, being express shipped tomorrow, I'm hoping express shipping has better results than regular shipping with hatch-rates? I bought a Brinsea Mini Advance II, and all week I've been trying different ways to maintain 35-45%humidity. I have 2 hygrometers, one cheepcheep and one calibrated (I didn't trust the cheap one). With the temp set to 101.6F, at egg level the hygrometers are keeping between 99.5-100.5F. The humidity has been impossible to stabilize at 40%, but I think I got it. If you fill the water-well halfway, per Brinsea direction, the humidity goes between 60-75%. I tried some things, and came up with the idea of shoving a thick napkin in the side to keep the humidity down AND stable. For two days now its staying between 35-45%, with half the well filled and a napkin in the side. Two days ago my top Orpington girl Goldie went broody. Today I took her out of the coop, and she ran around like a banshee. While she did that, another hen (Big Mama, my usual hatching girl), sat on the eggs. Goldie came back all a-fluff and kicked Big Mama out, so I feel like Goldie is serious about this baby thing. My question.... will these shipped Serama eggs do better in the incubator, or underneath Goldie? I'm worried my big fluffy girl might smash the tiny eggs on accident ? I might put 6 under her and 6 incubated, and see what happens. This is my very first incubator attempt ever, any suggestions are very helpful ) thanks ahead !!