I loaded 2 new packages on the 7th. I had a 2 deep hive that was a combine that never seemed to do too well in the end of last season and died out. I had left it in place through the winter figuring robbing and wax moths wouldn't be an issue till I had my packages - especially with the brutal and extended winter we had here. So, I separated the deeps and prepped to dump my nice, heavy packages into each. But as I dismantled the frames, there was an awful lot of honey. Nearly all the frames, up and down had 50-100% honey and/or pollen, some was uncapped but didn't taste spoiled/fermented. Virtually all the frames light frames were drawn out. Will the girls feel crowded and/or not feel good about not having to draw a lot of comb right off the bat? I've always loaded packages into new frames, or a mix of new frames with a few drawn (no honey). I'm a little worried I'm honeybound of sorts. And with a division board feeder, I'm down 2 frames as it is. Any thoughts - including if I'm over-thinking this? Maples are just about to bloom here; crocuses and skunk cabbage already opened. Thanks.