took the 5 chicks (now) out of the bator and put them in their temporary brooder (cardboard box with lamp attatched). I figured there were enough of them now to keep each other warm. They are starting to dry out and get fluffy already. They still don't look too coordinateed and hobble around and peep alot then lay down for a rest. None are interested in the water. I need to go buy food but I don't want to leave until one of my kids is home to keep an eye on them. It looks like I had one chick pip alittle and then die in the shell, there is no movement for several hours. There are still 16 other eggs but it was so cold when they were shipped and who knows how many were viable. There were not any instructions with the egg delivery or the bator about letting the eggs "rest" 24 hous before putting them in the bator. Unfortunately I put them in right away and then read in a book later about the transport waiting period to let the eggs get to room temp. Also the water was fine Friday and then when I went to remove the egg turner on the 18th day, Sunday,it was bone dry. I filled both resevoirs as it said to increase the humidity in the last days before hatching but I don't know how many hours they were dry. Seems like there is a note about problems when you have too much or not enough humidity so I wasn't sure. Hopefully we'll get another or two. Should I just wait another 2-3 days before I discard the other eggs?