I have 8 hives now that i am pushing to draw foundatinless frames and to move up to supers. Last week i discoverd my two hives from the fat beeman which are booming are totally honey bound. so i started pulling frames full of honey ( they are not capped yet so not ready to extract) up to the super replacing them with empty foundationless frames not yet drawn out. it has worked so well that last night i pulled a bunch of frames up replacing them with foundationless frames. I always make sure there is a drawn out frame on each side of the empty foundationless frame. i am pulling many of them from the brood nest area to open up more room for the queen to lay. I have struggeld to get alot of comb drawn the last year it seems as though they draw out two or three boxes then they slow down but they are going gangbusters on the frames that i am swapping. just thought id share my findings.