Now that the weather has been changing down here in KY, my strings keep getting lower and I have to adjust my bridge more often to keep the string height where I like it. I've heard various stories (myths?) about bridge adjusters, and would love to hear the Lex Luthier types chime in on several topics: 1) "You should always adjust both adjusters by the same amount because x+y= z to the 43rd coefficient" (paraphrase) But what if your E string is at the right height, but your G string is low? 2) "When you raise the bass adjuster, it actually raises the treble strings instead" Huh? 3) "The idea of height adjustable bridges is ridiculous because x+y= z to the 43rd coefficient, which will kill your sound" This one makes more sense intuitively, but I'd still love to hear more. Basically, what it comes down to is that sometimes my G string seems to be speaking in the correct proportion to the other strings, and other times (usually when it's too low), it sounds too quiet. What is the best way to adjust for this setupwise (besides the obvious, "the sound is in your fingers, man...."). I'm sure I'll think of more annoying questions, but these will do nicely for starters.