I have two basses, both short scale, both strung with light gauge nickel wounds so pretty low tension, and I like my action to be really really low (under 1.5mm) as I have hand troubles. Probably due to this, I am adjusting my truss rods all the time (a couple of times a week) on both instruments as I find that whatever I do to both necks, the relief settles back to how it was before. Only a couple of times have I had to loosen the truss rods in the last year, mainly tightening them - at first I thought there was a problem with one of the basses, but that can't be the case with it being both. I've actually had this "issue" on every bass I've ever had besides my USA Fender as it had graphite rods. I don't know of any short scales that have those apart from Spector, and I can't afford one of those. One bass I had, I sold it for way cheaper than it should have been, believing it had issues, and the buyer took it to a luthier to have it checked out and there was nothing wrong with it. I lost hundreds on that. I know I am particular about my action, and I also know that I live in a part of the world where the weather/temperature/humidity changes every five minutes, but is there anything I can do? I'm a bit worried that I might run out of adjustment room. Do bass necks all have a point that they will settle at no matter how I adjust the damn things?