Ok. I have realized that buying these styrofoam incubators and only getting a few uses out of them is getting expensive. So I have been on a journey to find a larger incubator. But I'm goin to be honest. I'm not paying $400-500 for a good one. The past few days I have went from website to website trying to figure out the best way to make a homemade incubator that will hold 200-300 eggs......... Ever thought of this........... A refrigerator. It's sterile, large containment, insulated, air circulated, and I went to Lowes today and they gave me one that didn't work FOR FREE!!!!!! Today I grabbed the refrigerator and the trays out of the other refrigerators in the back trash. After sucking out the freon with my fathers tool (he owns a mechanic business and it's illegal to release freon into the air) I took out the compressor. I got lucky and the circulating fan inside still works. Took all the hardware off the back and cut down on the weight by almost half. Took the compressor power wire and stuck it through the back of the fridge for a power source. Tomorrow I will be taking the used parts from old incubators (heating elements, wafer, digital thermostat, and rotating trays) and placing them inside of the refrigerator after I connect a plugin to the compressor power source. I will be needing to buy a surge protector and two more egg rotating trays. Ok I'm tired of writing. I hope y'all read this and it either helps you or you can give me some advice. I might just be young and dumb but it's worth a shot. I'm thinking total expenses to be around $100 dollars.