I did an inspection today and I'm not sure if what I saw is good.
I have one large super and three mediums right now. the large and one medium were brood,
I did not see the queen or any new eggs. I did see a fair amount of capped brood. I did not look at all 10 frames.
It seems that you have had good queen. When those bees come out the hive was really too tigth. I suppose that your hive has swarmed.
With that brood area you should have about 5-6 supers.
3 for broods:
The lowest for pollen and reserve space
2 for brood
2 supers half empty for new honey
and the rest 2-3 supers for honey waiting for capping.
Now it is middle of summer on Northern hemeiphere and bees need a lot of space.
I always use the extra space in the lowest super. There it does not need warming and bees can expand there if they are plenty.
When 3 brood frame come out they need space one whole super. 10 brood frames produces 4 box bees or more.