I didn't want to hijack another earlier thread so I'm opening a new post and this is more related to planning for next year. I've been running double deep broods, with QE's and added several mediums honey supers over the course of the season as the built out comb and capped. As it's said that bees build down, would it be a better idea to put new empty super under the existing one as the reach capacity with capped comb? I would think that the bees would continue to guard the capped honey and transit through the empty beginning popolizing and populating the empty keeping the empty space free of SHB and wax moth prior to comb building? Just a thouight, maybe I'll do a side by side test with some hives next spring or if we get a strong fall flow? Thoughts?