Questions to the members....I am in the process of requeening an aggressive hive. I will spare you the background story. My current situation is that I have removed the old queen and am waiting 24 hours before introducing the new one. The new queen is in a nuc right now and has successfully mated and is laying eggs. I plan on doing a newspaper combine to introduce the new queen, however I have not yet harvested any honey from this hive. It currently has almost 2 full supers of honey on it. If I put the nuc on top of the supers, over newspaper, will the queen move down through the honey and into the brood chambers were she should lay? Or do I risk her laying in empty spots in the supers? Or can I put the nuc on top of the brood chambers over a sheet of paper, then put another sheet of paper on top of the nuc, then put the supers on top of that? Maybe put a queen excluder on top and a sheet of paper also? I say nuc but it is actually a queen castle so the hive body dimensions will fit any way I decide to stack them.