Hello all. I have my Beethinking top bar hive set up, and am scheduled to pick up my bees from Beeweaver here in Texas soon (I don’t think I am ready to catch a swarm yet), but have a few questions. Matt, I saw a post where you recommend installing on one end of the hive, and expanding toward the other end as the colony grows. Is that still recommended, or should I start in the center? I have an initial space of 10 bars. I have seen it recommended to hang the queen cage between the bars, but I saw something on Michael Bush’s website suggesting that this often results in bees building comb from the cage, and advising somehow releasing her into the hive. Lastly, would you recommend feeding them right away? I have the Beethinking feeder, and I have also read about simply putting sugar in the bottom of the hive and spraying it with water to dampen it. If I use the feeder, should I set it within the initial colony space, or on the other side of the follower board with a small hole? If I put a hole in the follower board, will I need to plug it later? Any suggestions for my first installation are appreciated. Thanks for your help!