I picked up my first hive yesterday, which is a full-strength colony. Due to a scheduling error, I haven't been to a beekeeping class yet and so am winging it the best I can with YouTube and books until I do.
I have a deep hive body only at this time. I've opened the hive to get a look at everyone and poured in some syrup into the division board feeder to keep them happy until I figure out what I'm supposed to do next. Hopefully the pictures I linked to below show up, because it looks like my girls are building comb on the underside of the top board and the tops of the frames. I think this means I need to get a super on there pretty quickly to allow for the start of honey-flow and prevent swarming, but that's an amateur guess at best.
Also, as far as an established water source, I was thinking of using a gravity feed water and tossing some wine corks in the basin to give the bees something to perch on.
Any advice y'all could give at this point would be great. I'm going to the local Austin, TX meetup tomorrow evening and will be asking advice there as well.