HI. I am trying to hatch 4 Sebastopol goose e-g-g-s in a Still-Air Hova Bator 1602N. Has anyone tried this in this particular incubator before? If so, tell me your experience--good or bad. I am having trouble getting consistent temperatures and humidity readings throughout the bator. I have 3 thermometers and a wet bulb and digital hygrometer in there ALL with DIFFERENT readings! I called GQF this morning and they said to go by the top of the egg thermometer reading only. I had a GQF cabinet incubator that stopped working the day before my sebbie e-g-g-s came in so this was the only (and best) incubator i could find on the spur of the moment! I am also wondering if the humidity is suppose to be the same percentage for a still-air as for a forced air and if so what? If you have had a successful goose hatch in this particular incubator before please tell me EXACTLY what you did--- ditto if you had an unsuccessful hatch. I have 4 Sebbie goose e-g-g-s in now that I started last night.---- I am having goose baby fever BADLY so they HAVE make it! Thanks!