About 6 out of 8 marans chicks have hatched, and only 1 ameraucana out of five that made it to lockdown. I really want the other ameraucanas to hatch so I want to be careful not to accidentally shrink wrap any chicks. That said I also want to see if any of the unhatched eggs have pipped (I can't see all around the egg) but it looks like they haven't. I don't want to open the incubator but with the chicks trying to jump over I am also worried they might get burned on the heating element... I am on day 21 for two more hours... I have a hygrometer, so I could steam up the bathroom and make sure it was high enough to be higher than what's in the incubator... The reason I want to use the bathroom and not just mist, is it might take me 30 seconds to get the chicks out AND some of the separators out (it was hard to put the top back on the incubator because the little corrals I put in there make it a bit difficult to get the top back on without finessing it a bit. I am following Bill Worrell's advice on dry hatching, and he says DON'T OPEN THE INCUBATOR FOR FIVE WHOLE DAYS but I assume he wasn't hatching kangaroos disguised as marans... Thoughts?