I'm a new beek with 2, 5-frame nucs coming in April. I'm planning on using foundationless frames in the brood box (deeps) as well as in medium honey supers. I'm wondering what exactly the process would look like. The nucs are on foundation and are obviously fully drawn. Since this is a new hobby I don't have extra drawn frames. I'm thinking that I can place the frames with brood from the nuc in the center and put one, maybe 2 empty foundationless frames on either side of the brood frames and put the outer drawn frames of honey and pollen next to those then fill any remaining spaces with empty frames. That should provide a good guide for the bees to draw the empty frames. When I add the second deep I'll move the frames from the nuc to the upper box with a similar pattern. Come the following spring I can pull the original nuc frames out and replace with empty frames. Can I give a hive a full super of foundationless frames or should I put a few frames with foundation in to act as a guide and provide a ladder? Everything here make sense?