Background: I got a nice used mid-00s PRS McCarty from a dude 5 or so months back, and have been playing the hell out of that ever since. Everything was set up nearly perfectly, except the hardtail wrap-around bridge needed to be raised exactly one half turn per screw, which still left the screw slots parallel with the bridge, so very symmetrical and cosmetic. I think maybe the factory just overwound it once, because PRS is known for putting in the effort to make flawless instruments at Gibson or better prices without the Gibson qc issues. Then again, maybe the previous owner just liked fret buzz so he lowered the bridge. Who knows? I've already digressed to much, so the hell does this have to do with Epi SGs? Good question! I just picked my new one up again because I was missing its tone, and now feel that the action is a tad high after being used to the McCarty, and also checked the neck bow. Neck seems a bit too relieved, so I'm in the process of slightly adjusting it, while keeping the strings in tone. Still, why is this somewhat routine event woeful? I've adjusted truss rods plenty over the 2+ decades I've had guitars, and almost every single one feels about the same; firm to the turn, yet still smooth. This one on my G400 pro, otoh, started off just fine as I slowly gave it its first 8th of a turn, but then started to tighten up on me, so now I'm just kind of freaked out about damaging the neck or rod and venting into the forum ether. Man, I really love the tone of this bubby and just hope nothing goes wrong with it. Pickups are nice and bright, very vintagey, sounds so great for classic rock, and it plays overall a-very nice-ah. Sorry, guys, I just had to lay out some anxiety I'm currently having to cope a bit at the (probably unjustified) prospect of losing my geetarr and all such associated worries, so just wish me luck as I slowly press on and try to allow the rod enough time to set properly in between adjustments.