Thanks, Kirk-o, I just read the article on BeeSource and I really liked it. He and Michael think alike - "Everything works if you let it...." sounds similar to what I just read by Charles Martin Simon.
Thanks, again, Michael, for the continuing help. I'm going to order Brushy Mountain's 8 frame mediums for my boxes going forward so I won't be distinguishing between deep, medium and super. That makes more sense - and I realize the bees, although I am putting this box on as a honey super, may as they did last year, use it as a brood chamber. In that case, I hope they draw smaller cells.
Last year my bees moved into the honey supers and started raising brood there. With an idea of regressing to small cell (or at least in this first phase, smaller cell) raising bees in cells originally drawn for honey will mean they raise larger bees?