Can any of you with a lot of queen introduction experience help a newbee muddle through some conflicting advice regarding the worker bees a queen is shipped with in her cage? Some of my favorite YouTubers (UOG Honey Bee Research Center and Fredrick Dunn) both leave the workers in the cage with the queen when they put her into the hive. This feels right to me.
Another one of my favorite YouTubers (Randy Oliver of Scientific Beekeeping) says that the worker bees in the queen cage can create a 'mini colony' scent, and may fight with the workers through the cage screen when it's placed in the hive. So he has a video on Olivarez Honey Bees' website which states that I should first remove the workers from the cage before placing it in the hive. This sounds plausible and I do value Randy Oliver's advice on many topics.
My problem is, I have no practical application experience with either of these queen introduction methods. I have a queen arriving next week, and I want to introduce her in the least stressful way possible. Any thoughts on this?