My bees overwintered in a standard set-up of deep brood chamber and deep food chamber. The lower deep is a tangled mess of old comb in frames without foundation. It's simply impossible to do an inspection without causing major damage. The food chamber, however, is in great shape. Several folks have suggested that I reverse the hive bodies and replenish the now upper chamber with new frames of foundation. I would really love to have easier inspections this year, but I want to do what's best for the bees. I'm so relieved they made it through a very tough KY winter! Would it be too stressful to have them begin spring by drawing out 10 frames? Thanks.