Well...title says it all. I am trying to lower the action on my MIJ Geddy Lee Jazz. It's currently just a bit over my preference of 2/32", measured at the 12th fret, on the D and G strings, but both bridge saddles are as low as they can go. Relief is fine: 010" at the 7th fret. I've file the nut slots and the distance from the top of the first fret to the D and G strings is about .022" (measured with my feeler gauge without pressing down on the string anywhere). I've added a .040" neck shim made of maple. I have not filed the bridge saddles. Ideally, I would get the action to 2/32" on the G and D after raising the saddle on those strings a bit. Right now, it's almost there but the saddles are down as far as they will go. Before I screw up a perfectly good bass, what do you think I ought to do next?