I ordered turken eggs from jmhappycowboy...delayed the shipping until this week, when we were supposed to have higher than freezing weather. I started up my incubator, and have stabilized the temperature inside for three days now. The eggs shipped when our temp was 38 degrees. The temperature dropped to six degrees yesterday and the night before, windchill of 20 below. Crazy weather- it is going to be fortyfive on Saturday this week. The eggs arrived in fantastic condition. The box looked beautiful, the eggs were wonderfully packed- none cracked, and though they felt cold, I do not believe any froze. I let the eggs come to room temperature, and finally put them in my incubator at 10:30 pm. I stayed awake, and made sure my temperatures were steady, and perfect- until MIDNIGHT. Then I went to bed. I woke up at four a.m and my temp. read 112.0 !!!!!! The top of my incubator covered in water, as is my kitchen table- where the incubator is. I yanked the cover off- the eggs do not feel 112 degrees. I don't doubt that the incubator was that temp (new battery in my thermometer)...but it wasn't that high for long. The water came from the exhaust fan above my table- that goes out into the attic and, I think, out the roof. The incubator is FRIED. At first, I thought it was just the light that was burned out- but nope. It is dead. I am sure I should be upset about something leaking in my attic, but I am more upset about the eggs. And that I have to buy a new incubator before other eggs I have coming, arrive today or tomorrow. I went out to the garage and got the other incubator-everyone should have a back-up incubator- and fired it up. I am waiting now to get stable temperatures so that I can transfer the eggs/turner.