There is nothing wrong with that Idea. As the colony begins to grow over the summer you can rotate the old frames to the outside and let the bees make new comb on fresh foundationless frames. Then remove the old frames when they become empty during the summer dearth after they use up the resources stored on them. Just make sure you inspect the NUC for any SHB, AFB, EFB, Verona mites, Nosema stains and the such. You don't want to start out with any problems right out of the box. Although if your looking for the cleanest install in new equipment then a package of 3 or 5 pounds would be a safer bet. You will just have to feed them more than a NUC to get fresh comb drawn out. Also make sure to place your new undrawn frames in between the already fully drawn NUC frames or they will overdraw the foundationless frames. Good luck.