Sure thing Jim. This is a real nice colony also, very gentle, lots of bees and have been really going to town building and filling the hive. When I got all the stuff ready to change the lid, TB and super there was a thunderstorm coming. I didn't take time to fill and lite the smoker. Went on out there with shorts on, I did have a sweat shirt and hood and gloves, inspected where the super would go to and where the honey was. Moved some of the frames around, put the one with slot in it in, the new lid and super and it's lid and didn't even have one bee to buss me. No stings not even a buss by. This hive had a Cordovan queen year before last. She swarmed last year without laying a queen cell, I could find another Cordovan close. The only queen I found close was a two year old Russian queen, she has done real well.