1. I am at about 1080 feet in elevation. 2. 40% are clear. Roughly. 3. Incubation is at 42% humidity, lock-down is 72%. 4. Home made one with build in hand operated turner. Can turn all eggs in one second. Has a small fan circulating the air. 5 Lock-down vents are wide open. For lock-down I use an old Redwood Incubator from the old days. 6. Eggs get stored in a cool dark pantry rotated twice daily and collected for a two week period before sent to incubator. The breed is Blue slate cross Ridley Bronze. Fourth year crossing them. Here is my home made incubator. It holds seventy eggs. runs on two light bulbs on the bottom, one on always and the other on a thermostat. You can see the thermostat between the heat shield from the bulb and the fan blowing on the thermostat. The air gets sucked from behind the fan from a duct that comes from the top of the incubator. There is a hole drilled (1 1/2in) in the duct side to add fresh air. The rocks are to store thermo mass, they are basalt. Have a pot of water with the rocks for humidity and a tray of water on top of the wire grates over one light bulb. To turn the eggs I just have to pull the rod on the left that comes through the side of the incubator. The rollers are hitched to small gears on a laid out fan belt track. I don't have to open the incubator to do this. And here is the old Redwood lock-down station. Incubator temperature is in the 98.4 F zone. Slight ups and downs from that. Have a new incubator thermometer that goes to a tenths of a degree and says its ten times more accurate them other thermometers.. And the Redwood lock-down station is at 97.5 F If the eggs are clean I don't do anything to them and if they are dirty i try rubbing them clean but if they still stay dirty I give them a little water wash before placing them in the incubator. Is there anything that I missed?