I previously posted about my concerns regarding the potential for supersedure due to numerous queen cells. Based upon great advice, we decided to sit back and let nature take its course. Our inspection yesterday was at the 5-week mark since package installation. We no longer see any queen cells, except one, and it appears to have had a bee emerge from it. We still can't find a queen, though. We see several drones walking around the hive. The workers have drawn out comb completely on 5 frames and partially on three. There are many wet-capped nectar cells and many pollen cells. This week, we didn't see any eggs. There are sporadic capped brood, many of which had bees emerging. I've looked at images of what a healthy hive should look like, and I'm just not seeing a good pattern of eggs or larvae here. The bees are gathering nectar and pollen at an incredible rate, which seems healthy. I'm just afraid that the original population of bees are going to die soon, and there are very few new bees to take their place. I'm wondering if it's time to re-queen, or again, should I wait it out?