Wow! Just finished my first (7 days after install) hive inspection. Bees are working hard and have been very busy. Decided to wear hood only and bees were very calm, no stings yet. Ants are working hard to get to top feeders so I sprinkled borax at the base of my stands. Opened first hive and bam, SHB on the rail of my top feeder. All together I found 3 SHB's (killed 1) and have 4 hives. Also found bees busy building comb in top feeder and bottom of inner cover was completely covered with bees. Removed comb and proceeded to frames, 4 out of 8 frames are being worked and queens are free from cage. All frames are plastic except one where I decided to experiment with wax. When I went to remove queens cage it was embedded into the wax, so I decided to leave it and not damage the frame. Queens are busy and a nice amount of cells have pupa. I switched entrance reducer to 4" entrance and may leave to see if it cuts down on SHB's. So, after all this why am I still worried that something is definitely going to go bad?