I always found that if I get my inside measurements right on my hive bodies and used 1 and 3/8th inch standard with frames, you almost have room for eleven frames and so plenty of room in the hive for ten frames and easy inspections. So, On the brood nest, I like as many frames as possible and pushed right up against each other with extra space spread evenly on each side of the hive body. Then the bees can draw nice and strait and compact in the middle where the brood cluster will be and yet there is not enough room on each side of the brood nest to make them feel compelled to draw where there is no frame.
In the honey super, you might have different objectives like wanting easy uncapping of the bee keeper.
I think almost anything can work but also think that proper space in the brood nest might help the bees and there is enough space that the bee keeper does ok too.
I am foundationless and actually run 11 frames at least when starting to get frame drawn out and think it helps get better comb most of the time. I have no experience with foundation but have to believe bees treat empty space depending on size of that space, about the same.
Not saying lots of things don't work, just saying this is my experience to date.