If you are on about the W shape that is just where the wires are in the frames. Sometimes the wires show in the bottom of the cells the quenn can feel these and doesnt lay an egg in them. That frame is well laid IMO. I would be more than happy with that.
Bubo is right imho. Capped brood running up to capped stores would tend to suggest there is no room to store and evaporate nectar. Normally you get several rows of open cells with nectar and/or pollen around the brood. Bees like to keep pollen and nectar right beside the brood area. capped honey has to be diluted with water if it is to be used to feed brood.