Hey guys, I've been wanting a Gibgon SG since I was in HS, and I finally got one!!! The action out of the box was a bit higher than my epiphone G400 (2004ish?), and when I went to look at adjusting it, it looks like the bridge has very little adjustment left. I tried to measure the action using pics, and it looks like I'm 3mm at the 12th and just a smidge less than 1 Fender Medium (.75ish?) at the 1st.. that's obviously from the top of the fret. So question is... Is this abnormal? Might it be a relief issue? I'm probably going to take it to the local guitar shop and ask them about it also.. they aren't a Gibson dealer, though, and if the owner isn't there they'll probably just tell me to send it back and buy a PRS (which they do sell). Thought I'd get some opinions from some SG guys first. I took a picture of the bridge. The guitar looks amazing! It's the Srandard 61. For the record, I don't need a ridiculously low action. If i could match the Epiphone, I would be happy.. but the action by the time you get to #20 is 4 mm (based on my D'Addario 1mm pics), and my pinky goes under the strings when I'm doing a full bend on the E.