I just got my first incubator yesterday. It's the Hova-Bator 1602N. My husband got it set up last night-it has the fan and automatic turner. This model has a wingnut on the top of the bator that controls the temperature. So last night I left it at about halfway between the "increase" and "decrease" indications for a couple of hours after turning it on. I felt like it wasn't getting warm enough, so I turned it up a little. When I woke up this monring, it was 112! I'm trying to get the temp and humidity stable before I put eggs in (hopefully tonight or tomorrow), but I need help on what to expect. Is it typical that you get your temp set right and then you don't really have to adjust during the process or do you sometimes need to? I just don't want any drastic changes... Mine is in my finished basement, so the room temp keeps steady in there. How do you keep the humidity pretty stable during the process? I put some water in for the first time this morning and the percentage shot up to 60%..I would assume that the humidity levels drop as the water evaporates, though, so do you normally have to add water little by little during the first 18 days? I can see how this would take some practice!!