Awwwwwww Tankz Robo :)
I started removing the stapled side panels holding in the screen many years ago, and indeed for anyone installing their first package I promise you will cause a lot less trama to your bees and to yourself.
I really can't wait to get restarted this season - I now have a $300 gift certificate to shop for new hive parts with, I only need get bees (I'm shopping today) and I want to create my own videos all Summer long.
I'm a toy guy, I admit it - but the new digital camcorder really is a wonderful toy. The compressed videos you see on the net are an injustice to the hi-def quality these cameras take. My camcorder has 3 CCD devces for a vivid color range and low light conditions, incredible macro settings and a builtin 3.4megapixel camera for the better stills. I know in a land where 8megapixels rule, 3.4 sounds wimpy, but I say it is all in the hands of the photographer, a bad picture - no matter how many pixels, is still a bad picture, only larger - lol.
So please try the roll-out method of removing your bees from the package, it only takes 10 seconds to remove the staples and the bees ALL come out in a single pour, which beats bouncing them around the cage doing all kinds of damage to them and upsetting what could be a remarkable experience for the first timer :)