Hi there! I've recently bought some dewlap eggs (4, but there will likely be extras) that are to be shipped...Now, I'm experienced in hatching chickens and snakes, but this is my first time with any sort of waterfowl. I have read pete's thread for general instruction, but I'm not sure which incubators are going to best accommodate a small clutch of goosie eggs. I don't mind cheaper incubators that require more attentiveness from me (turning, tweaking temperature and humidity myself). Actually, I PREFER to be extra attentive to my eggs; I am a bit of a control freak when it comes to incubation. Right now, I have at my disposal, a LG 9200 (too small perhaps? those heating elements are low), a LG 9300 (probably won't keep even enough temperatures without a fan...though I do have some computer fans I can install), and a custom incubator that I used for my snake eggs. The latter is a forced air made from an old vet fridge, and taller than I am. This is an awfully small clutch, and I'll probably have to lay some heat sinks in the homemade version for that reason. I'm wondering if I should buy a different incubator just for my geesies? What do you guys use for your smaller goose clutches?