Well, tomorrow is the big day - my first eggs go into the incubator. I am incredibly nervous. I've read a lot on this forum, the wonderful article by Sally Sunshine, and picked the brain of Sumi. So, I feel prepared but still apprehensive. I have a Little Giant still air that I turned into a forced air by installing a fan from a computer. So far so good. Temps seem to calibrate nicely according to the two thermometers I am using. For whatever reason, for a rookie hatcher I picked the single toughest eggs for candling - French BCMs! Great thinking, huh? I have read threads about candling the super dark eggs - I hope I see something. So, I'll probably bombard this thread with panic-stricken questions so be ready and thanks in advance!!