The incubator arrived and I have it setup. It came up to 98.6 within 24 hours and has remained at 98.8 since 6am this morning. I am going to be using shipped eggs from So CA and I'm in SW WA so I am hoping the trip is not too bumpy. I did call my post office and they said they don't usually call numbers on boxes even if asked. They said they would post a note. It did not sound like she really cared and just wanted me off the phone. If the box will fit in the oversize bins they will do that and leave me a key in my POBox. I signed up at USPS tracking for email alerts. Plan is for my son to check the PO tomorrow when he gets home in the early afternoon. Hopefully they will be there as they shipped priority mail yesterday. Seller has given the following suggestions: 1. Let the eggs sit overnight before incubating. 2. "would not" use the auto turner for 2-3 days in the event there are some detached air cells from shipping/. Sometimes letting them rest without turning calms they down enough to hatch. I keep a note pad next to the incubator and note the date & time of the temp and any noticeable direction of the turner to help me keep track. I have never tried to hatch shipped eggs so this is a learning curve for me. Thought I would share my experience. I will keep updating this thread.