Does anyone use a still air hatcher? I thought about trying it. I'm having trouble keeping humidity up in my smaller hatcher 'bator. DH thinks it's because it's smaller volume-wise than my 'bator and ends up having too much air exchange (which depletes the humidity). My larger 'bator is much easier to maintain humidity in... Keep in mind I'm in arid high altitude climate - everything dessicates up here because it's so dry (think Anasazi mummies). Also there is less O2 in the air, so I have to have enough air exchange to keep embryos from suffocating during hatch. My water tray covers the bottom of the bator and it has sponges on it, but H still isn't staying up enough when I have the fan on. The easy-to-test options for upping H that we thought of: 1. try still air hatching with all the air holes open 2. put in a jar of water and an aquarium bubble in the bator for air intake - this would humidify incoming air and it might move enough air so I don't need a fan 3. try to find a very low volume fan, my current fan is on a low voltage transformer, but it still moves a lot of air Or worst case I will build myself a new hatcher - if I hadn't spent all my money on camera equip. this year, I'd give up and buy a Dickey!