What I’m currently doing is letting the bees draw the comb in honey supers. Then after the honey is harvested, provided the bees built the comb out perfectly, I use those sticky frames, as required in the brood boxes as opposed to using foundation.
I found that bees are more fussy in the brood box, consequently on the odd occasion they make a mess of fresh foundation. They are not so fussy in the honey super, so therefore they do a good job of drawing out foundation.
By using this strategy, I’m selective as to which frames I put into the brood chambers. The bees wont alter the comb, once it’s already drawn out. On top of that, as soon as the bees clean up the honey, the queen commences laying in them. It’s a win, win, strategy.