I started last year and went foundationless. I tried a few frames with foundation (waxed), even between drawn frames. My bees would even start in an empty frame a box up to avoid the foundation. They just did not want to build on foundation unless there was no other place to make comb.
I also learned last year, they will pretty much build straight comb for the brood area. Especially when I put foundation in between foundationless. They built on the empty frames and were the right 'size' and were fairly well centered.
But up in the honey supers....the comb was too thick, went the wrong way, and was generally a mess every time I inspected. I finally figured out, leave the supers alone until you want to harvest....so what if the comb crosses frames, when you want the honey you are taking the whole box off usually anyhow, and can make the mess in the honey tray.
I still prefer foundationless. Cost less too.