The bees drew out the Miller frame I put in the hive last weekend just like the pictures I've seen. I was kinda surprised they did it in 6 days, because the temperatures have been in the mid 40s to lower 50s all week (and overnight lows in the 20s). No eggs in the comb yet, though.
I also found something weird. When I removed the candy boards last week, the colonies had begun building comb in the space left where the sugar had been eaten. As I was cleaning them up yesterday, I saw eggs in the comb placed there by my strongest hive! Now, the temperatures that week had been in the upper 60s and 70s.
I guess this is a good demonstration of the effects of temperature and population on the queen's propensity to lay.