Yep - this is the first swarm I've had that filled a hive. I put them in two deeps with drawn comb and a medium with empty frames and, as of yesterday, they had drawn four full combs and were working on the rest.
This works out great for me, because I have four weak hives that need bees, so I will draw some of them off for my other hives once they are settled.
I usually only use the vac for cleanup after I get the bulk of the swarm. Usually, I try to either cut the limb or bang them into the bucket. This time, I needed to take some off the bottom and I didn't want to risk doing it by hand and having half the clump fall off. Once I filled a catch box, I was able to get the rest of the swarm into the bucket and cut the branch.
The vac I use is (was?) sold by Kelley, but I have done some modifications, like lengthening the box and adding a momentary on/off switch I can operate with one hand. It used to kill more bees than I liked, but experience and the modifications have improved things considerably.