Howdy. I'll be installing a second Warre with four pounds of package bees. My supplier was delayed a shipment of new (mated) queens from his supplier in California so he's supplying an old queen, crediting us back some $$ for the package and offering the new queens (when he gets them) at a dang good price (and free shipping). I'm wondering if I should change my install procedure based on the fact that I have an old queen. I was planning on placing the cage on the bars of the bottom box and putting an empty box on top. I have a box with drawn comb available ... should I put that on top instead? I'm wondering if the comb will help the old queen continue to lay at the rate she was used to (before being kidnapped for the package). I also read (in this forum) that feeding with the drawn comb might promote the bees to fill the cells with syrup and, thus, reduce the available space for laying. Finally, should I purchase a new queen when it's available? I'm not too fond of pinching the old one (but will if I have to). I'll have to review the "book" on how to actually replace the queen. I appreciate your feedback. Thanks!