Hi new here... I just started a hive this year. I chopped a nuc to fit in my Warre... Talk about a stressful day... In any case my top box ended up with the nuc frames chopped and rubber banded to my top bars... This happened in late April and it appears now that the top box is basically full of capped honey (difficult to examine them as the top bar pulls away from the comb body when I try to pull them out). I added a box (so now at three hive bodies) a day or two ago. As it is so early in the year I am tempted to pull the top box and get rid of the attic comb structures. Any thoughts?