As others have stated, please don't stop giving advice. Your postings are usually quite informative. The problem with giving advice is not knowing the skill level of the person receiving the information. Giving advice is teaching. I taught various forms of martial arts for many years and the most important thing I learned was that you have to know the skill level of the person receiving the lesson. The advice/lesson I would give an advanced student would get a beginner killed in seconds. The beginner doesn't have the skills (strength, knowledge, flexibility, muscle memory...) to do what and advances student is capable of doing. Beekeeping is the same way. If you explain what is needed to two different beekeepers, the advanced beekeeper hears and understands what you are saying. The beginners hears the words but only understands bits and pieces of what was said. And that is how they learn the best lessons. By making mistakes that give them real understanding. Take it from a guy who learned martial arts by getting broken bones, dislocated joints, shattered teeth, and hundreds of other injuries. To really learn beekeeping, you will get stung hundreds of times, have thousands of bees die because of your mistakes, and spend way more money than was actually necessary. If you want to be great, you will have to learn it the hard way.