Ok, so advice I got for lock down was to put the eggs in egg cartons. Pointy end down. This is supposed to raise the eggs to where they would have been with the turner in. However, after further review (little football sunday fun there), I don't really get it. The eggs sit at the bottom of the egg carton, making the net gain in height a total of about 1 millimeter. Apparently, I just don't understand? This has not been a good lock down day. I'm in a total panic, my humidity has tanked to 35% and there's 3 pint glasses full of water, a sponge in each...a wet paper towel...all the little canals are full...and there are two inch high trays, one across the front, one in the back, full of water. Please help here.... 1) Egg cartons...why would I use them, if they aren't taking them as high as the turner. They are basically no higher than without using them. 2) Does the still air really have giant temp differences in as little as half an inch in height? I'm getting 97 degrees at the middle top of the egg. Raising the thermometer/hygrometer sensor only half an inch makes the temp reading spike to 103!!! 3) Is it really possible, with all that water, that my humidity is actually at 35%???? Have not been opening the bator a bunch, except to put the eggs in the cartons, which now, to me, means absolutely nothing. Help!!!!