Doesn’t bother me and doesn’t affect playing. My other Gibson is similar and I’ve seen many others similar in shops. Not sure why they can’t center or if it’s on purpose. Strings line up well with pickups (poles).
He butters em up because he’s a flipper. That’s his thing. 9 out 10 guitars he shows are getting resold.
He’s a bit of a dork but I like seeing some of the guitars he shows and takes apart to show us the guts.
Try to get .012 relief on the low E and also check the high e - that should be .010. I bet with the low E at .010, you're at like .008 on the high e.
Remember 1/8 to 1/4 turn at most on truss rod at a time. Tune to pitch and recheck relief and action.
I had a USA 61 Std with Maestro for a while (‘22 model) and I really liked the angle it came at.
Strung with 10s the arm in stowed position was just off the body. Just clearing the tail piece when deploying it. But couldn’t go the other way as it would hit the knobs but I was fine with that...