On January 6th I set five eggs. Over the next five days I added three more. On day 7 I candled the original 5 and removed two that were clear. On day 12 I candled the additional 3, and they all looked good. On January 22nd (day 16 for the original 5) I set six more. I've marked them all so I know when they were laid, when they were set, and whether they were washed and/or disinfected or not. So right now I've got 3 eggs on day 18, one on day 17, one on day 15, one on day 13 and six on day 2. The way my bator is put together, I can't turn some eggs and not others, and I don't trust myself to remember to turn by hand, so I'm going to try hatching in cartons for the first time. So they will (hopefully) move side to side on the turning rails, but the eggs themselves will sit steady. I've just put the first eggs into their cartons, and I've included the egg I set on day 2. I had a few low temperature issues early on, so I'm thinking they might hatch a day or so late. The next two eggs I set should be taken off the turner on the 27th and the 29th, but if it all goes according to plan, the first four should be hatching round about then and I really don't want to be opening the bator. So I'm going to keep an eye on things and stop turning them both at the same time, hopefully either before any of the first four pip, or after they hatch, depending on how slowly or quickly they get going. If I absolutely have to open the bator for anything, I'll do it as quickly as I can and mist some warm water in when the door's open to keep the humidity up. I know that the raised humidity isn't ideal for the other six eggs that are in the very early stages of their incubation, but it can't be helped. I'm going to aim for 65-70% and see how it goes... Is there anything I should be thinking about that I haven't mentioned?