This is my DIY incubator disguised as a mini fridge. Since I didn't put a viewing window in it, no one would know it wasn't a regular mini fridge unless they opened it. Or if they look at the back of it, where the compressor is missing and my wiring shows. The only other thing that gives it away really, is the STC100 controller mounted on the side of it. Well, and also the sound of the fans running. I guess not so stealthy after all! I'm still testing the heat and humidity in it, and I'm sure it will need some tweaking before I set eggs and give it a test run. But here is what I have so far: (My husband wants me testing it in the garage until he's sure my rudimentary wiring skills aren't going to burn the house down.) Here is the wiring in the back where I have the STC1000 on the right, and the fans are connected to an old cell phone adapter on the left. Both things are plugged into an extension cord. In the future I would like to wire an electrical outlet on the left side so they can plug into that. The white wire in the very center goes inside through a hole to the light socket. The black wire on the left goes in and connects to both fans. The black wire on the right is the sensor lead for the STC1000. I have it going through one of my vent holes. The top fan blows down to the bottom fan, and the bottom fan blows across the lightbulbs. I'm hoping that will provide a circular air flow pattern. There are four vent holes drilled in the top and two down at the bottom near the lightbulbs. Does anyone know if that should be adequate? I can easily drill more. If I need to plug any of them up, I discovered that electrical wire connectors fit into the holes nicely. I have thermometers and hygrometers placed all around to check for hot and cold spots. So far it's too hot just above the lightbulbs- about 104F, but the next higher shelf is right around 100. I might see if I can rig up some kind of heat reflector to shield that lower shelf. Or else just not use it. There is room to put more shelves higher up. This is my only water reservoir right now. So far, the humidity has stayed right around 60% with just that. I wonder if that means I don't have enough ventilation. In my other incubators, it takes a lot more water to get up to 60%. Some of my heat sinks. I could fill all the door racks with them! Not sure how well that would work to have the heat sinks in the door. They are bound to lose more heat when they swing out, than if I had them in the main body of the bator. That just gave me an idea. I could place heat sinks on that lower shelf and maybe they would serve as a heat deflector for the light bulbs. Maybe if I put a foil tray on that shelf to hold them. I don't mind not having a viewing window. I have remote sensors for the temp and RH that I can monitor from the unit on my kitchen counter. And I don't intend to hatch in here, just incubate, and then move eggs to my Incuview each week for hatching. I guess I will be turning manually, too, until I can figure something out that will fit in there. I looked up auto turners, and they seem to be 15 inches square. The interior of the Stealthbator is 15 inches wide, but only 11 inches deep. So unless I can find auto turners that are smaller, or build one somehow, then it's gonna have to be manual. I did see where one person said you can tilt the whole mini fridge back and forth to turn all the eggs at once. Which also begs the question of what I am going to put on the shelves to actually hold the eggs so they don't roll around. So you can see that I still have a little work to do. I welcome any suggestions! Thanks for looking.