I hived 2 #3 package 2 weeks ago. Each hive got 8 drawn frames (10 total= 2 foundation, 2 capped honey, 6 mostly empty drawn). I inspected hive #1 and found frames #5 &6 with a picture perfect 'rainbow over the football' brood pattern. Very little open cells in the 'football'. Nearly all the brood are capped on the insides, outsides are a mix of capped/larvae/eggs. Frames #4 & 7, on the broodnest sides, contain uncapped larvae and eggs, they also contain 5 queen cells. Dangling peanuts in the pollen/honey sections of the frames. The queen was on the frame with 2 of these cells. I don't know if the cells are swarm or supercedure. Where they are high on the frame, I would think supercedure. The hive is teeming with bees, it has benefited from drifting, I assume. It fits the guidelines for a 2nd deep, but it's two weeks old. My plan is to do nothing, wait a week and see what happens. But I needed to bounce it off folks who know more then me. I've doomed enough hives from doing nothing.