OK. My success rate with shipped eggs has been miserably poor. I've been told my humidity is too low, so I raised it and had chicks drowning in their shells. My fresh egg incubation has been much more rewarding. I've heard various things: 1) Keep them at room temp for 36 hours, turning every 3-4 hours. 2) Bump the humidity way up, to make up for moisture lost in shipping. 3) Dry-incubation is better and more successful 4) Use the egg carton method for hatching since the air cells get mis-shapen with shipping. 5) etc... I'm willing to listen to anyone who has had good success. I have more eggs in the 'bator, and really REALLY want these chicks! It is heartbreaking to open up eggs to find fully-formed dead chicks. Please.... help! Thanks!