I know a couple of you wanted to see pics of the Robo style bee vac that I built so here it is. This is a five frame vac (I also built a , the outside dimensions are the same size as your boxes, whether they are 5, 8 or 10 frame gear. [attachment=0:1wt5sw7w]34.JPG[/attachment:1wt5sw7w] Top of the vac with the sliding door pulled half way out. [attachment=10:1wt5sw7w]35.JPG[/attachment:1wt5sw7w] Top of the vac with sliding door removed. [attachment=9:1wt5sw7w]36.JPG[/attachment:1wt5sw7w] Bottom side of the top, notice the weather stripping to get a good seal. [attachment=8:1wt5sw7w]37.JPG[/attachment:1wt5sw7w] The left hand hole has a gate that can be opened and closed as needed to regulate the vacuum pressure (shown closed). The right hand hole is where the hose from the shop vac would be plugged in. [attachment=7:1wt5sw7w]38.JPG[/attachment:1wt5sw7w] Gate opened for the least amount of vacuum, if even less is needed then you can slide the door open a little. When you add different attachments to the end of the hose to suck up the bees the vac pressure can increase greatly. [attachment=6:1wt5sw7w]39.JPG[/attachment:1wt5sw7w] Bottom of the bee vac, notice the bottom board at an angle. [attachment=5:1wt5sw7w]40.JPG[/attachment:1wt5sw7w] Side view showing the weather stripping, hole is for a hose to suck up the bees. [attachment=4:1wt5sw7w]028.JPG[/attachment:1wt5sw7w] Bottom of the vac. [attachment=3:1wt5sw7w]030.JPG[/attachment:1wt5sw7w] Next comes a box, in this case it is a deep, a medium or shallow would work just as well. Note the frames of foundation in the box. (This is a 5 frame vac and a 10 frame deep just for looks folks, did not have any 5 frame gear handy for the pic) [attachment=2:1wt5sw7w]032.JPG[/attachment:1wt5sw7w] Set up and needing a ratchet strap (I know, in this pic the gate hole is not drilled out). [attachment=1:1wt5sw7w]033.JPG[/attachment:1wt5sw7w] With the sliding door removed and ready for transport to your yard, with the screened top they will have plenty of ventilation, no chance for them to over heat.