I hope this doesn't seem like a silly question. I will be getting my first bees in a few weeks and would love to be able to see them through a window in the hive without having to take the top off. I have a traditional langstroth hive and was considering just cutting out a little window on the side of the deep super/hive body. My idea was to cut the wood, attach the glass to the inside of the hive and then replace the wood on the outside with some hinges and a knob so that I can open and close the window whenever I wish to view the bees. Can anyone foresee problems with this idea? Suggestions? Links to a similar design?