Well how's that for a thread title? But I mean this: I've been tinkering with my strat's setup for the whole weekend. I get the truss rod adjusted pretty nice, string height too kinda, and intonation is pretty spot on. But I couldn't intonate the low-E without loosening those screws on the top of the picture a little, the string lenght adjustment screw ran out before I got there. So by loosening those screws I got the bridge up a little and that gave me a little more "lenght" on that adjustment. What is a good position for the bridge? Mine was pretty level with the body before the adjustment and now it's slightly raised. Also, the string height adjustments are pretty high up, as I could not get high fret bends to sound with any lower positioning, is there something to do about that? With a capo at the 1st fret and pressing on the highest fret there's minimal clearance on the 10th fret of the high-E, so doesn't that mean that the neck is adjusted ok?