Hi @ddiesman, if that was my hive, I would break the queen cells down, cut all the drone comb out of those frames & place them above the queen excluder, keeping the remaining worker brood next to each other, bunched up in the middle. I would replace those frames with frames containing wax foundation in a checkerboard fashion. Then I would take a look in a weeks time.
Normally I would split a hive that presents with queen cells but I don't think your hive is strong enough to split.
I would think about a split if the bees continue to build QCs.
If SHBs are in your area, those large areas of drone comb are a magnet for SHBs to lay eggs in. Especially as the drones start hatching, because the drones do nothing to stop the beetles from laying eggs in the unhatched drones.