Have 6 eggs arriving tomorrow morning from the place with random success NYaquatics. Will order Mysids on Wednesday to receive them on Friday with optimism of a hatch-ling or two by then. This is'nt my first endeavor with cuttle eggs but i have more time and a better tank up and consistent parameters then i ever have so hopefully all will be well. I have a 30g rimless with a few fish that will be removed if the cuttles decide to live but until then they will just be in the breeder net hoping for the best. I also understand that if i do happen to have 6 survivors a 30g would not be sufficient for them and i would either need to set up another tank or get them to a good home. I will have Rotifers, Artemia, Mysids as well as Amphipods from my fuge for when they get bigger, available. (i also have dwarf seahorses coming so the food tasks required overlap a bit) I will have the Mysids in a 40g breeder with an air stone on one side and a sponge filter on the other with about 8 in of water. I will try and have a divider in the middle and have different sized nets to hopefully separate some of the smaller and bigger Mysids to prevent cannibalism as much as i can. We will see how that works out... Wish me luck!