Seems like ur not gettin' much sunshine :?: How bout love :?: Peace :?: :?: :?:
If you have your feeding bottle on the inner cover and then a super on that covered by the telescoping top you can open that up most anytime and not cause much of a disturbance.
Bear in mind that the bees will have a different temperment now that they are homeowners. Just like folks and " their property ".
It will probably take a little longer for comb building because a package is not exactly like a swarm. The bees were in some hives, on frames, just living peaceful lives of quite contentment then along come these rude people, pullin' the frames, the bees shaken off into a funnel to end up in a screened cage. Now ya got 'em. The bees have no reserves of honey internally for immediate comb building, like when they swarm. How long ? I don't know exactly but YOU could keep track and TELL us since you seem Sooooo excited about your new adventure. I, personally, have not hived packages. I have hived swarms and bought nucs. The swarms, once established, start building comb immediately. The nucs are a small population of bees already set-up on four or five frames and just continue their routine.
Actually if the bees are gathering pollen there is some comb to store it and they do need pollen for brood rearing. They will also store that sugar water in the newly built comb but generally the bees decide how they are going to operate and you just let them " do their thing ". After they have setup their " home " to their liking they will REALLY get " with it " and start to " make babies ". Kinda like in the ghetto
Oh well, enjoy ya bees and don't pester 'em them too much.