Has anyone noticed that comb drawn in a semicircular hive body is more compact and less likely to slough off compared to those drawn in a trapezoidal body. There is simply more surface area on the bar relative to the depth of the comb. I've also noticed that the semicircular comb has a more uniform thickness and less likely to thin at the bottom of the hive body. I have semicircular top bar hives and trapezoidal, and in this crazy Texas heat I'm considering switching to all semicircular. I also get less brace comb with hives having the semicircular bodies.