With a cut out, hard to tell how old that queen could be so you want to keep an eye on her performance. Bees get stressed during a cut out, I like to look in on them a few times the first week to ensure vital signs are good and numbers are up.
If they become weak, those dang shb and wax moth may win the battle.
If they're pushing out rubber bands, that's a good sign.
I like to get an idea as to hygenic behavior also. Some are fighters and great cleaners, good to draw from for splits and such. Some don't mind intrusion from outsiders, that isn't good.
If you see them stuck in a rut, they may need requeening.
I feed mine and baby sit them until I know they are good to go, then I take the feeders off.
Other than that I try to guage aggressiveness and act appropriately if need be.
BTW, I enjoyed your video, but sure wanted to lend you some tools to rip that trailer wall apart faster. ;)