Is it necessary to be meticulous about how level a hive sits on the ground? I never really thought about it before, but I had a former beekeeper over a while ago and he noted that one hive was tilted to one side. I couldn't see a tilt, so I went over it with a level and it was about 1/8 of an inch off. Whenever I set up a new hive I make sure it is very sturdy and doesn't wobble, they 'look' level to me, but should they be exact? The hives themselves do not sit directly on the ground, but up on cement blocks, and they sit on the edge of a wooded area, so the ground is somewhat rutted but it's not like a steep incline or anything. What do ya'll do for yours?