So I'm using upper entrances on my hives. (I now have 6) and my largest is in 4 deeps now. The question is. . . It seems that the queen is using the upper boxes to lay in. The second box down is full of brood even though as I added them I pulled 1-2 frames of brood and stores up checkerboarding them. Now I have the upper box (all 10 frame deeps) w/ only 7 or 8 frames spread out to allow them to use this one for me to harvest from later. In doing a more complete inspection it seems that the upper 2 boxes are brimming with bees and every cell is full while the box just below it has empty frames with few bees. They are bringing nectar in and joining frames together at the top, but aren't storing it below or aren't moving the brood down. Is there a reason to this? My thought was that they put the honey above the brood, but they have a few frames of capped below (which were there when I chekerboarded ealrier) What would you all do with this? Should I seek to add a mid entrance also to help them move down?