Well it was day 4 since I installed a 4 frame nuc into my 10 frame Deep. I did the install at the yard where I picked up the nuc. I saw the marked Queen (yellow) an saw Brood at that time. Moved them to my yard and installed a hive top feeder with 1:1 and Honey -Bee- Healthy. Covered it up and lt it sit. It has been raining on and off the last 3 days and today has been a nice day.. mid 60's some sun little to no breeze.. I have seen the girls out and brining back pollen. Ok so I make some more feed, light my smoker don my jacket and vail, Hive tool, brush , frame grip and camera and head to the hive... About 20 girls flying around... I open up the top and remove the feeder ( which dosen't look like was even touched) no girls in there... Remove the inner cover...and see the girls working. I pop one of the un-drawn frames out to give room and start my insprction. For reference I will uses #'s 1-10 from left to right to describe what I Saw. #'s 1,2,8,9,10.. nothing at all not even a single bee. # 3 Left side empty right side 2 small clusters looks like starting to draw some wax. Frame 4 Left side (first look) 3/4 full wth bees larvae , some capped drone... Right side Has start od a supersede cell? Frames 5 and 7 Both sides full of bees, Frame 6 Right side bees Left sid a caped Supersede cell? Didnt find the queen and started to panic looked again and Found her on Frame 4 Closed everything up.. filled feeder to top and wlaked away... Cirls were very calm.. No Gloves , Few buzzed me but that was it. No stings.. Ok now for my questions: What to do with the queen cells? Why didnt they take any of the feed? also when had it off and full none even checked it out. Should they have drawn out more frames by now? Laying pattern look normal? Sow some capped but the full frames couldnt see what was under the girls.. Any advice? Anything I should check for? Should I keep the reducer on still?