I agree with Robo. You will not get them all, but most. Here in the south where we have lots of beetles, I have had better survival success by not using the brood and comb from the cut out. I treat them like a swarm and start them on drawn comb or foundation and syrup. If available, I will give them a frame of uncapped brood just in case I did not get the queen. Cutting them out really weakens them. If there are any beetle eggs present, they will soon take over the struggling hive. As soon as my back gets better, I have a huge one to cut out that will be extremely easy to get to. I plan to try to use some of the brood and split them as I cut them out.