After reading many reviews here, I decided to try the Brinsea Eco 20, especially when I found it for $99 on their site. I really love the design. So easy to clean! I didn't get the auto-turn cradle (can add for another $49), but I don't see needing it when turning the eggs by hand doesn't require anything more than rocking the whole bator forward, middle, or back in its octagon case - no opening required. The heat stayed dead on steady the entire time and humidity was very easy to maintain also. I did use an evaporating cloth. I'd also like to thank and commend okiehen for some awesome Welsummer eggs. I received 14 beautiful brown eggs packed like they were Faberge eggs, and had what I think is an admirable hatch for shipped eggs (plus the 'maiden voyage' for the incubator). At 8 days I removed 3 clear eggs and 1 scrambled egg, so I had 10 viable eggs and 9 of them hatched, exactly on day 21. Here are some pictures of the Brinsea ready to start up. Sorry for the glare, but the clear cover is no nice - no opening up to peek. The Where's Waldo of Welsummers- In a few minutes they got warm and spread out- And some individual shots of little fluff-bums - on the left is one of the full size egg chicks, and on the right is a chick from one of the 4 pullet eggs. BTW, all 4 pullet eggs hatched. "Wow, what is that over there?" "Does this fuzz make my butt look big?" "Well, I'm not speaking to you either!" So fun. It never gets old, does it?