Re: Depending on your replies, I may have to quit before I start.
Some packages come without any drones at all, because the bees are harvested by smoking the bees up through a queen excluder.
However if there are drones and you want to remove them here's an easy method long as weather is not too cold, you'll need 2 queen excluders per hive. Put a queen excluder on the bottom board and then an empty super on it. Shake the package in & put another queen excluder on top and then the hive, being the part with frames etc that you want the bees to be in. Overnight the bees will move up through the excluder, remove the bottom super complete with both excluders you have the drones trapped in there, you can smoke then leave for a while to encourage any remaining workers to leave.
The queen of course should be introduced to the top box and all this depends on weather being warm enough to risk having bees & queen temporarily separated.
Greater issue is the on going drones that will be made from the imported queen.
44 years, been commercial, outfits up to 4000 hives, now 120 hives and 200 nucs as a hobby, selling bees. T (mostly).