Hi there Jeremiah and welcome! Yep, the orange stuff in the cells is pollen. Those are lovely new combs and a great start! Just a tip - be very, very careful when you are lifting and turning them, they’re very fragile and the more nectar in them the heavier they get.
Looking at your frames I agree with Adam and I don’t think your colony is quite close to being ready for a super. You want to see those corners and sides all built out to the frames, and I would say 80% full of nectar, pollen and brood, and covered on both sides with bees. Once things get that full, a colony will start planning to swarm, so it’s up to us as beeks to monitor and decide how and when to intervene. Maybe to settle the discrepancy of what percentage is the right one we should ask the bees
Keep us posted on how it’s going!