No, I'm afraid not, and I couldn't read it anyway, because if I read through a specific legal document I'd be giving you legal advice, and, as you know, I can't do that here.
I wouldn't expect the federal court to have sent you anything. It sounds as though you received notice and copies from the defendants.
Here is my concern. I am afraid that the Ds will file a summary judgment motion, asking that the case be dismissed. You would have to defend against this, a hard thing to do without an attorney. You'll need to convice the judge that the facts and law are on YOUR side.
I don't understand your question about the defendants. Ds would stop being defendants for only one of two reasons. Either you have to dismiss a D from a lawsuit, or a judge has to.
So, if you sued three Ds in state court, and the case is transferred to federal court, there will still be three Ds when the case is transferred.
If there is a lot of money involved in the case, you may be able to have a trial attorney take over for you, for a commission. You can find such attorneys through this org:
Don't actually HIRE an attorney without first checking references. And don't try to pick the attorney's brain on the phone. Schedule an appointment and visit the office, like you would for a doctor!
I'm not sure how I can be of further help to you.