Do you think refrigerating shipped eggs for an hour or two, after allowing them to settle, might help with air cell disruption? I am thinking about trying it with a couple of my shipped eggs, when they arrive. My thinking is: *Fertile eggs can be hatched after refrigeration, although the rates may be lower *I plan to use the ones with the most displaced/disrupted air cells, so even if refrigeration doesn't help re-attach the cells, I am probably not risking much *Cold contracts, which is why I am thinking this could work, although my logic could be off. I plan to let the eggs settle for 24 hours, refrigerate vertically, 2 for 2 hours, and 2 for 4 hours (I am expecting two dozen shipped eggs in a couple of days, so 4 isn't a big deal for me to "sacrifice"). Also, why has no one invented a gyroscopic egg shipping container?