I plan to try both,
It is so simple that no need to say try. However, whole frame full of drones is too much.
Drone's cycle is 4 weeks. Drone larvae should be presen all the tim ethat they catch mites. Capped pupae does not catch.
So it is better that you have several small patches, some allways having open larvae.
It seems a waste of bee energy to make them refill the empty frame with wax every time
Bigger energy goes when bees feed larvae. When you give whole drone frame, it enormous measure when hive has only 10 brood frames.
Is it one or two frames per hive
for drone trapping?(assuming it is a "full sized" hive
One or two whole frames are too much even to big hive. My hives are in midsummer 5-7 langstroth boxes.
When I give a foundation with small gap, it is early summer and hives has 2-3 boxes. They have alltogether 10 brood frames. If you give 2 drone frame, it 20% of brood area. It is really too much
. You should raise workers to main yield.
AND, when you have handled properly your hive against mites, you will not find many mites in drone cells.
Our duty is make honey, not mites or drones. This again is not this big question.