Previously, I had a ten-frame medium full of honey, and two ten-frame mediums being drawn out with comb. I took the honey and extracted it. I put the extracted medium on top of the other two drawn mediums, figuring that they'd fill those two first and then fill the recently extracted medium. The day before yesterday, I went back into the hive. The top medium is full of honey again, the two drawn mediums are still just drawn mediums. The next box down is a deep and it was full of bees and brood and honey and pollen. The bottom deep was practically empty, no activity, just drawn comb. (I have a screen bottom board, and I was wondering if the light thing might have made the bees work in the second deep?). Anyways, when I reassembled the boxes, I put the full, active deep on the bottom and the inactive deep with drawn comb on second (I know this probably isn't the best time to be swapping brood boxes, but I'm still learning, and I'm curious to see what will happen). I put the mediums back the way they were, the two drawn comb mediums and then the full of honey medium on top. I think the hive is strong and there's no signs of moths or beetles and I'm happy about that. I know there's a saying: if it ain't broke, don't fix it. But I was really concerned about the inactive bottom brood box. OK, I'm putting this out there for comments and thoughts. I may have screwed up badly, or I may have done ok. Being new, I can't forsee the possible repercussions of these actions. I hope the experts can shed some light on why the bottom box was inactive and why the bottom two supers aren't being filled with honey. I'll put on my armor suit now and await your input. Thanks in advance!