Let the hive build up. First they lay full the super on top, and when colony gets more bees, it moves down to lay.
What you can do is to spoil the build up. Nothing wrong if bees use super as brood box.
Reverse now means that the colony is not able (perhaps) keep warm all room and they destroy part of brood.
When the colony grows, you put the super over the excluder. Bees emerge and hive fills combs with honey.
Be flexiple, and don't let style orders disturb the build up of the hive.
I have mixed configuration in many hives. Main issue is that colonies clear themselves out from spring.
I do not disturb their order. Bees know what they are doing.
^^^^^ let the bees build up and as they start forcing the queen down put a deep below the deep and super that are already there. the bees will naturally push the queen down.