> I have been thinking about getting some of the Honey Super cell frames, The ones that are fully drawn out! I would like to know if I could give the bees the perco Drone frames to lay some drones in so that I can pull these from time to time to help controll the Mites.
You can. I haven't found it necessary with small cell. But it's a good idea to have a plan in case you do.
> Will this cause the bees problems with the small cell frames?
Not at all.
> I would also like to know if I start them in one hive body on the HSC frames! Could I add another hive body with small cell foundation after the new smaller bees have starting emerging?
That's typically what most people do.
> So that I could faze out the HSC frames.
I think you'll find once they are accepted it's VERY nice to have fully drawn practically indestructible comb.
> I was also wondering, if the brood boxes are small cell foundation, would it hurt to have the honey supers with regular size foundation for the honey storage?
I don't recommend it, but you could.
> I would have a queen excluder on it to keep the queen out!
And I wouldn't.
As far as the Honey Super Cell, the bees are resistant to using it. You have to give them nowhere else to go. I'd wait on the drone frames until they are using most of the Honey Super Cell. They need to have no other choices before they will use it. Once they have polished it and used it, they use it just like any other comb.