I know they are not ideal but the farm innovator still air was all I could get due to the price. I will be hand turning and setting the eggs next month. I plan to set 24 eggs and I'm thinking of trying a dry hatch. From what I understand you don't add any water until lock down and then only add a little, like maybe a damp sponge. I put a good meat thermometer in and ran it for 3 days with nothing in it and got the temp to stay at 99-101 and humidity at 35 with no water. Any tips to make this a good first try?