Hey all! You may or may not know I'm sort of an electronics geek. (hard to believe but true)....anyway,,, While I was screwing around with programming a microcontroller, working on my second whiskey, I got a flash. Why not design a microprocessor based incubator controller? I have access to sensors with temp sensing within +/- 2 deg C and +/- 3% humidity and I'm working on the programing code now... I think the controller should be able to switch on and off a 115VAC a 60W bulb, a small computer type fan, and open/close small vents to control humidity. (I have no ideas on a turner yet...thats a mechanical thing) Way more accurate than using an analog water heater thermostat. Overkill???? You tell me. After I get a design prototyped and tested, would anyone be interested in building a bator with my "Magic Box" to help with testing?