this one was a monster and moved into a ten frame deep on Tuesday morning. 9 am I looked out and saw an SUV sized golden cloud over my stack of deeps just starting to beard on the top corner. The weather here has been gorgeous hot 90's and goldenrod just coming on...I think they need more room but all I have is more 10 deeps and of course the one they picked is on top of the other two (outside access only for the bees for the most part they are ignoring the lower two). I'll have to swap the boxes and remove the divider Also I have read that I should give them at least a week before I go poking around to see what's what. I am hoping I had at least one frame of foundation in there with the drawn comb....also I have an in frame feeder I want to give them but figure I will have to put a second deep on to accomodate that-should I put in 8 drawn frames with the feeder over the one they are in-is it too late? Can't wait to see what they look like but the front it is a traffic jam at the small entrances and lots of airborne bees waiting to get in. My gut tells me the hive is pretty full. I guess I just don't want to wait that week to try and give them more room, but it involves shifting their box down one and I don't want to rattle them so soon. Advice?