I'll try Long Lane. Thanks.
It says they are mostly sold out for 2011, but their shipping policy made me raise an eye:
RETURN POLICY: If your bees arrive at your local post office in a dead condition, DO NOT ACCEPT THE BEES. Your bees will have lots of dead bees on the bottom as this is normal. We say 1" of dead bees is not an issue. More than 1" might be a reason to carefully inspect the overall health of the remaining bees. Please undertsand that once you accept the package from the post office, whatever happens after that is your responsibility. If your bees are dead, and this rarely happens, ask to fill out FORM 1000 and refuse the bees. Once you accept the bees and take them home, they are yours and this includes the queen.
Now if anyone knows how in the world to inspect a queen inside a package surrounded by 10,000 homeless bees at the Post Office, please let me know. Otherwise, I would look elsewhere. I expect certain losses when anything live is shipped, but not the core of the whole hive. How about buying a new car with a 100k mile warranty on everything except the motor?