A while back I adjusted the intonation on my '78 Rickenbacker. Had to turn three of my saddles around since I ran out of "travel room" to get my intonation sounding decent. After tuning it up, I put 'er back on the wall. While jammin' away on one of my other basses, I happened to fixate on the Ric's string spacing. Holy batman! I never noticed how a saddle rotated 180 degrees can mess up string spacing. Any tips (other than selling the Ric, flipping the offending saddle around, etc.) on how right the situation? In other words, what would you do?