I am pleased with what I found. I knew all the hives were likely still alive because I saw activity at each hive on warm days. So what did I find in each hive?
Hive A) Large cluster of bees in the top box of hive. Will add a sugar brick tomorrow for supplemental feed.
Hive B) Cluster in the second box, full box and a half of honey above them. No need for supplemental feed.
Hive C) Large cluster in the top box. I have an extra box of honey from home hive I will put on top of this hive. Mold on the inner cover. I'll replace this with a fresh inner cover so I can wash off the mold. I'm not worried about it...pretty sure it is from before I propped open the outer cover for extra ventilation since I noticed mold then. The hives are shaded much of the day and mold can be a problem without adequate ventilation.
Split) Assuming they are in the bottom or second box, since they shot out the front of the hive as soon as I took off this cover. This hive has an attitude. I closed them back up and wished them the best. Will consider re-queening next year and need to do some research on "testy" hives since I haven't had one until now. Whenever I opened this hive earlier in the year it seemed to piss them off, or at least make them grumpy and necessary to smoke them pretty good.
Home Hive) Cluster in the second box, with a box and a half of honey overhead. I'll remove the top box that has about 6 or 7 full frames of honey in it to feed to hive C. No mold as this hive gets great sun.