You are speaking of 10 frame deep bodies?
1 foundation frame - 1 capped honey - 1 pollen - 4 empty frames to be filled - 1 pollen - 1 capped honey - 1 foundation
This is not understood by me. That does not leave very much food for the bees.
You may use your brains or imagination........
You have capped frames when you put the hive in winter position. capped honey may be 25% or 50% . You have food there so much as you leave after extracting.
Capped honey in cold parts means that bees tend to cap them last - bees fill the centre of box.
Then pollen that they get it in spring. Pollen frames have usually over 70% space for syrup
So food frames are 8/10. Pollen produce heat too to hive what they eat it.
When bees start to raise brood in spring, over half of food stores are normally left. Pollen is situated near brood area.
After cleansing flight it is hurry to chek, what is food situation in each hives and then you even frames. Take from rich and give to poor like Robibn Hood.