After about 4 weeks the bottom super of my new hive is is just about full. I have been feeding the bees and they have drawn out all but the outsides of the outer frames. They seem to be producing alot of honey especially on the outer frames (no larvae there), some of which is in the form of capped over cells that nearly connect some of the top bars. I decided that it was time for a top super. My questions are:
Was I too hasty in putting on the top super - and if so, what should my next move be?
Also, the three central frames of the bottom super have become so plastered together that I couldn't break them apart without doing a considerable amount of damage. What now? As always, any advise will be greatly appreciated.

Gary