Re: Should I still be feeding?
"I did move 2 established frames to the upper box and I was going to start feeding again and just monitor it closely. Good idea? Bad ideea? Or am I just totally missing something."
Assuming you are not in the Pine Barrens, I would not feed under your present circumstances at this time of year. Some of the reasons include that you may disrupt the normal course of seasonal population change and cause a population build up that is not sustainable with healthy natural food sources; there should actually be enough food sources; sugar water can upset the biotic environment in the bees' digestive system; feeding is more expensive than not feeding; and you are at least as likely to cause a problem as solve one.
What Michael Bush said about having a reason and monitoring is spot on, and your present situation would not be sufficient reason for me. If the situation continued over the next ten days, for me, that could change. I hope it goes well for you.
David. "Iím only a very stubborn beekeeper, who has decided to stop treatments. Thatís all." Juhani Lunden