I'm afraid I don't have a definitive answer for you, as I'm still pretty new to TBH beekeeping myself, but mine did pretty well this year, so I'll just tell you where I'm at. Basically, they seem to be healthy and happy - currently about 10 bars of mostly brood, about 5 bars of mixed honey, brood, and pollen, and about 8 bars of mostly honey. I only harvested a very small amount because in my inexperience, I wasn't sure that they would have enough honey to last through the winter. This was a first year hive, from a 3# package like yours. I know that first year colonies spend most of their effort building comb and increasing their numbers, while in subsequent years they produce more honey. So I'm hoping for a lot more honey next year. Also keep in mind that each pound of wax can support something like 20 pounds of honey, so whatever you estimate for honey harvest, take 1/20th of that as your estimated wax harvest. So if I were to take a stab in the dark, based on your statement that it was a great year there, I'd say if you were really REALLY lucky, given the fact that they were both first year hives, I'd guess about 20 pounds of honey and 1 pound of wax from each hive.