I don't really want a resolution.
In practice, resolving shows that are being rushed to their ends rarely brings satisfaction.
In this case, a real resolution within a dozen episodes would mean wrapping up something which is very involved and has many facets in too tidy a package, ignoring too much and compressing too much.
You can call whatever they'd do in a few episodes "resolved" but it would necessarily require either ignoring too much about each of these people or oversimplifying things.
I'd rather that the series continue to unfold as it has, and never know how it ends, rather than have a resolution for the sake of neatness.