I am getting ready to set a batch next week, and have my bator up & running to settle the temps etc. I have a digital thermo-hygromter that came with the incubator, an old-fashioned glass thermometer, a wireless digital thermo-hygrometer (Acu-Rite brand), and an analog dual temp/humidity sensor (ZooMed brand) all set up at floor height in the bator. It's in a spare room that has the least temperature fluctuations, and the 'seam' is wrapped with saran, as that is a huge source of heat loss for this bator (Hovabator foam forced-air with egg turner). Glass: 99.5 digital: 100.2 wireless: 101 analog: 99 The wireless and analog are the least 'fine-tuned' to read. No decimal point on the wireless and tiny dial on the analog. Should I bump it down a tick and take more readings? Which sensor has the best chance of being accurate?