I did a thorough review of my hives recently, frame by frame, and noticed that in one top super there were a number of bees upside down in the cells. I have heard that could be a sign of starvation but, even though there was only drawn comb in that super, there was plenty of stored honey both capped and uncapped in the other super. I watched them for awhile and they were down in the cell pretty good. The hive looked healthy enough. I have not observed them for very long before so I am a bit ignorant of their comb drawing habits. I am assuming that they were drawing comb. Any other thoughts?