Eggmorphing would result in less colonists being avaible as hosts, so a queen seems more logical for creating a xeno army.
I would prefer a slightly different appearance if she's made out of Daniels.
Don't see how it's more logical unless you're just talking about numbers.
Parasites don't care about numbers. If they succeed in breeding and kill the hosts in an environment, that's all that matters. They don't keep cattle or perform sustainable agricultural practices. They don't care if a host species becomes extinct - just so long as that generation procreates. If it means they die too; well they don't give a shit. Really.
In the case of the Alien and eggmorphing. As long as there are humans around, eggmorphing has a purpose. Once all the humans are gone, the Alien has successfully run its course. This is what we are seeing David embarking upon now.
The idea of a Queen has gotten stale. I bet if Scott implements one, it will be on his terms. It will differ from what Cameron delivered in 'ALIENS' because it's been over-used in subsequent movies, comics, video games... Scott doesn't like to revisit stale concepts. He's more likely to re-use eggmorphing - and idea that he alone has implemented and really hasn't been seen since. We've seen him revisit abandon ideas in recent movies. It's a safe bet the 2000 colonists aboard the Covenant are now eggs, ready to be deployed on a colony world.
No. I don't believe for an instant David is heading to Origae 6. There's no point - and tell me how much you trust anything he says. He'll head for the best established colony to deliver his payload. Maybe a colony of 12k people.
Scott said Epic. So think Epic.
The Cameron Queen, on the other hand... lol. Too over- exposed for his vision. If he uses a Queen, it will be substantially different to what we are familiar with. Otherwise, what's the point?