I have searched various threads on this and have gotten kind of mixed reviews. I impulsively bid on some eggs on ebay without checking the low temps for my area and the seller's area in the days after the auction ended. I won the auction and the eggs were shipped out yesterday, and I received them today! Daytime temps were above freezing between my location and the seller's. They checked in last night in South Carolina, and the low temps there were in the mid 20's during the night. That is the scary part. However they were packed pretty well, wrapped in foam in a large flat rate box and the empty void space packed with newspaper. I candled them and best I can tell, there are no detached air cells but most of the eggs are pretty dark and it's hard to see. Considering the eggs were shipped and received pretty fast, what are the chances that they received freeze damage last night? None of them are cracked whatsoever and appear perfect. They are cold to the touch, but do not look damaged. The seller had 100% feedback and sells nothing but hatching eggs. She had over 300 positive feedback and none negative. I will be setting them tomorrow evening after work. I was just curious if anyone had any experience with shipped eggs in the winter with temps that low?