So after doing a review of just about every makers factory setup specs and Cruz Tools i found a huge difference in relief and action measurements. While most measure relief at the 8th fret, some measure at the 7th. Most hold down the strings at the first and last, but there are several who do 1st and where body meets the neck. SPECTOR DOES SECOND FRET AND LAST and measures at 9. Some give # like. 010 or. 015, while many still say thin guitar pick or business card. Interestingly the older boutique companies dont really give a spec at all. Same for action. I found it is measured at 12, 17, last or where the body meets the neck. Numbers are similar and range from 5/32-5/64 on the bass side to 1/8-4/64 on the treble. The mostinteresting were Fodera and Kubicki. Fodera has relief at 010 for low, .020 for medium and. 030 for high although they state it differently. Phil K has typical relief from. 031 to. 062! His action is at the hihh end as well. I know its all about personal preference, but what doyou think is the most consistent method and measurement for a bass to be inon the wall of a typical retailer?