For all you people setting up incubators of your own creation! I over-purchased on some shipped eggs (rather, I purchased 2 under what my incubator would hold and EVERYONE sent extras... an unfortunately fortunate situation!) One of the shipments was delayed and I thought that this would give me time to remove eggs which were not starting due to shipping... but the postal service must have been in on these shenanigans because every single egg is developing *facepalm* Another unfortunately fortunate situation. Having thought this might be the case when I candled on Day 3, I went ahead and salvaged a large styrofoam box from my work. I cleaned it out and I know it is big enough (with thick enough walls) to become a make-shift incubator. The question is.... how! I am planning on installing a window in the top piece of styrofoam. I have spare thermometers and hygrometers. I know I can level the humidity with a sponge + bowl of water... but I have no clue where to start with a heat source. I have a reptile lamp that would probably keep it warm enough... but no way to regulate it. Where would I get a thermostat or something that could help with this? And having no knowledge of thermostats and incubator heating, how does one set up a thermostat for this purpose? I will continue to try to find information on my own, but would love if some of you that have already done this can help. I still have a day or so before I should probably put these into an incubator and if push comes to shove, there's SOME space in my incubator if I want to hand turn and don't have this finished.