I'm a very new bee keeper and wanted to get some advice. I purchased a hive 3 weeks ago which included a bottom, a deep with 4 frames of brood with a queen, 2 empty frames and 3 frames of honey and a top. The hive also had lots of workers and I'm guessing, drones. I just purchased an additional bottom with entrance reducer, 1 deep with 10 frames, 2 (medium) supers and a inner cover with cover. The original hive bottoms appears to be permenantly connnected to the deep and a entrance reducer (2 1/2 inches wide) is also permenantly connected to the bottom. My concern is that the entrance is not wide enough for the growing population of bees. My plans were to add my other deep this weekend and wondered if I should place all the current frames into the new deep with the new bottom thus allowing a larger entrance for the bees. After doing this, I could take apart the old deep and bottom and use the old deep for the 2nd brood chamber. Does this sound like a good idea or should I just leave as is and add the new deep to the top of the old one? I appreciate any words of wisdom and/or experience.