We had high hopes despite the little yellow dome incubator we've been using. Saw veins and movement until day 17 (last Sat I think). Candled for the last time on Sunday and saw no movement. Since then, nothing. Tomorrow will be day 24 or 25. What da ya think? I can't say it was all the fault of this little contraption. The weather has been absolutely non-accomoodating whatsoever. Last Saturday it was 80 degrees - today it's snowing (no lie)! and it's coop cleaning day to boot. Even as I type, the sun is shining AND it's hailing. Good for rainbow watching, but not incubating. Washington State is really having some crazy weather this year. This $12 experiment has not been entirely a loss. I've read A TON about incubating and embryonic development. I even found you guys! Someday I'll have a real incubator, but for now we're enjoying the challenge. Not so sure about the moral part of it (how fair is this to the would-be chick) but we only have our own feelings of dissapointment to handle - no kids, which makes it easier. So. At what point should we give up would you say? If we should candle, what should we look for? Thanks. And thanks for all the advice and encouragement thus far.