Today is day #5, so at the last turning of the day, I borrowed hubby's flashlight to see if we were having any luck. Below is a pic of what I found! In several of the eggs! Yahoo! The dark spot is the embryo and you can see a web of small veins spreading out away from it. These veins draw oxygen and moisture into the egg through the shell. The embryo is attached to the yoke by an umbilical chord and draws its nutrition from it as it develops. Movement, and a tiny heartbeat are detectable by a good eye, or glasses, even at this stage. With a bit better lighting of the egg, you can actually clearly see the eye.
I will candle again, and try to get an actual picture of our own eggs. The one above is off the internet because I couldn't juggle light, egg and camera.