I just did the first full inspection (pulling most of the frames) in a two-deep, two-medium super colony in about a month. I've been into the supers checking on the honey progress about every week or so, but I've left the deeps alone since the colony appeared to be very active with sustained numbers. When I pulled the outside frames (1 and 10) in the top deep, I ripped a gouge into outside (toward the hive wall) honey comb because of bridging comb. There is a larger gap on the outside of the frames when I have them all pushed together toward the center. Anything I can do differently?