This time with my own eggs. I don't have to worry about how the post office handled them, or how old they are before getting put in. I've added eggs of mine that are no older than 3 days since having been layed. The EE eggs are only pastel blues and pastel greens with no hint of brown. There is one double yolker in that lot. I also added 3 of my Rhode Island White x EE cross eggs. They will stop being turned on the 27th. Due date is Saturday, May 30th. I made some slight modifications to the incubator (and will post pics in a few days) on the off chance the fault with the prior hatch was with it. I've added more vent holes. There are now 4 on the lid, and 2 extra holes on 3 of the sides. I also elevated the platform on the inside so that the fan isn't blowing directly on the eggs. Instead, it's blowing through two plastic baskets which are turned upside down, on top of which my rubbermaid lid platform is resting. I've left a gap along the far side of the platform from the wall so that the fan can circulate the air all the way through and around for a more even heat. I am, for once, not going to candle the eggs. I will leave the incubator absolutely closed until I have to take them off the turner.