Hi guys, I've got 3 hives started in the spring that are all in two deeps and have been that way all year (or at least since they grew into their 2nd brood chamber). The top box in 2 of them is completely filled with capped honey (the third hive is still "working on it", but all the foundation is drawn). The bottom boxes of those 2 have a little honey, capped and uncapped, some capped brood, and some empty cells. Should I put an additional medium super with foundation on these two to give some more room, or is it ridiculous to think they would draw it out at this point? Word has it, there is a minor fall flow around here, but most keeps here don't harvest a fall surplus, they just let the bees have it. If it works the bonus would be some more drawn comb at the start of next year. I could feed if I had too, but I hate to make up more syrup when these hives seem "honey rich" at the moment. My other thought is that I should just take a frame or two of honey from those 2 and swap them for an uncapped frame from the hive that is still "working on it". Opinions? Thanks, Dan ps- my hives have other issues, but I'll post that in a new topic so this doesn't get too rambling.