Pulled a shallow and a meep (i.e., box of intermediate depth between a medium and a deep; why not "deedium"? - because that just sounds silly), 10 frames in the latter and 9 in the former. Both were from O, leaving 2 (full) mediums, a deep (of unknown completion) and the eternally not-quite-drawn Ross Round super on the site.
It was a rather warm day, upper 80's and high humidity, but the work was done, boxes replaced and clean-up complete before the heavens opened with the fringe of Hurricane ARTHUR.
Honey was a magnificent lemon yellow, with an almost berryish taste - quite nice, if I say so myself. Thankful that there wasn't any more in the frames than extracted, as otherwise I would have needed another bucket: 5 gallon pail full, even with all contents of capping tray left behind at the apiary.
Sadly, it would seem A is still queenless and the attendant nuc, while hatched out, is showing not sign of brood either; perhaps O should be split.
Need to move a box of empty frames to Site X, as believe 5-7 deep frames there that need to be extracted - "How?" is the question.