I have only 3-hives. The hives are in 2-1/2 story configuration, on SBRacks, 12-inches off the ground. The 1/2 story is a fully drawn 10-frame medium on the bottom, the 2-uppers, are 10-frame deeps. The hives all have reduced down bottom entrances. I have one hive that does not have a lot of flying activity. I only see maybe 1-bee flying out, a few bees flying under, and around the hive body. I opened it up when the temps were 68-degrees. The top hive had 1-frame with a 3-inch diameter area of capped honey, and had maybe 15-bees covering it. The remaining frames had just a few cells with pollen. Those cells were only half full. The deep, under the top deep, had bees clustered on 4, or 5-frames. The other frames were empty of bees. The bottom medium had a few bees on some frames. I requeened the hive in late fall. In an earlier post I was told to leave the bees at they are, since the bees know where everything is. I'm just worried about them, and need some assurance.