This will be the first of many questions I'm sure. The eggs were delivered to the post office yesterday afternoon, but I didn't receive word/tracking on it until the post office was closed for the day. Picked them up early this morning and gently brought them home. I had originally planned on doing a 24 hour rest after shipping, but since these sat overnight undisturbed at the post office and then have not been jostled around a lot today, is it ok to let them sit for less, like 8 hours? Is it possible to tell from candling if they have sat long enough? I'm going to do no-turn for the first 3 days in the incubator to give them full chance to recuperate (I've read that people have higher success with shipped eggs this way). So they were completely unpacked and resting by 8am this morning. What time, if this were your hatch, would you put them in the incubator? Thank you! Oh, and if this information helps at all the incubator is a Hovabator Genesis, has been running for 48 hours, temp steadily hovering between 99 and 100 degrees, humidity (not exact, not sure how accurate the hygrometer is) is betwen 34% and 37%.