I came across this article recently, and it has been very helping with setting up my basses. The Fender setup guide is helpful, but this guide was much more straightforward. Here it is: http://www.sadowsky.com/media/support/library/technical/bp0996_bass_setup.pdf To get to my point, I was surprised by Roger's definition of low action. I was under the impression that Sadowsky basses have very low action, if not the lowest out there. However, his definition of high action is what I think of as the standard action for an electric bass. This is how I have my SX and Squiers setup. However, on my new Fender the action is 1/16" on the E string and 3/64" on the G string. The bass does allow for action this low, but with a rather heavy hand, I feel more comfortable with Roger's definition of low action. Perhaps I am measuring wrong, but based on his explanation below, I am doing everything correct. He also said "In the early 80s, Marcus had an amazingly low action of 1/16" (G) to 3/32" (E)" Anyone else surprised by this?