I am new to beekeeping, and am in need of desperate help/advice. I checked on my new hive today, after being installed for a week, and found lots of new comb constructed, but my queen has vanished... There is no brood (capped or uncapped), very little pollen, and a lot of uncapped honey. Seems there were I believe 3 queen cells that were all empty. Now, that being said, I purchased a hive full of bees, brood (capped/uncapped), capped honey, and capped pollen from a reputable beekeeper. I just ordered a new queen, which I hope to introduce this next weekend. I have read in alot of the older posts that it would be wise to take a couple frames of brood/pollen/honey from the other hive, install into this queenless hive, before queen introduction. My question is, what do I replace the frames I take from the thriving hive with, and what do I do with the excess uncapped honey/polen from the queenless hive? As I said, there is probably a good 4-5 frames of uncapped honey/pollen in the queenless hive now (in a deep super). Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated.