>A TBH wouldnt be a good canadit, unless I was selling them for the Comb.
But you'll get much more money for comb honey.
>But with a Langstroth set up, I can not use a queen excluder if I give them enough space to spread out, the queen would only use what they felt was needed for brood?
Exactly. If all the boxes are the same size then it matters little to you how many the queen wants to use for brood. The more the better.
>So lets say that I wanted to Build a horizontal, Kind of one, that has Frames like a Langstroth set up, like the one on youre site, (link posted allready) and just make it out of frames? Or would it be more convienient to just use the regular Langstroth set up?
Convenience depends on how you measure it. If the hive is conveniently located (like your backyard) then I'd say the long hive is more convenient. You can walk out your door and work it anytime. If the hive is further away, a long hive takes less labor, but it takes more interventions to get the same amount of honey. You have to work to get the brood nest to expand horizontally by putting empty frames in. You have to harvest more ofte, because a good strong hive will produce much more than the long hive will hold. With a Langstroth hive, you can usually open the brood nest up once about a month before the flow, throw on a bunch of supers and come back and harvestit in the fall. There is more lifting involved, especially if there is some indication of a queen problem and you have to unstack a lot of full supers down to the brood nest to figure it out and a couple of more times to get it resolved. If I had to drive 60 miles to get to my hives, and I wanted to minimize the number of trips,I wouldn't want long hives.