There must be at least a million articles about intonation. Trying to install a new bridge onto a new body. 34 inch scale. Found this excerpt from the Fender web site. Fender Web Article Set Your Intonation (Excerpt From Fender) You can preset the basic intonation of your guitar by taking a tape measure and measuring from the inside of the nut to the center of the 12th fret (the fret wire itself; not the fingerboard). Double that measurement to find the scale length of your guitar. Adjust the first-string bridge saddle to this scale length, measuring from the inside of the nut to the center of the bridge saddle. Now adjust the distance of the second-string saddle back from the first saddle, using the gauge of the second string as a measurement. For example, If the second string is .011" (0.3 mm), you would move the second-string saddle back .011" (0.3 mm) from the first saddle. Move the third saddle back from the second saddle using the gauge of the third string as a measurement. The fourth-string saddle should be set parallel with the second-string saddle. Proceed with the fifth and sixth saddles with the same method used for strings two and three. String Measurements (From Wikpedia) Gauges of a string's thickness measured in thousandths (0.001) of an inch. Equal to 1⁄1000 of an inch. String Measurements G string 45 thousandth of an inch D string: 65 thousandth of an inch A string: 80 thousandth of an inch E string: 105 thousandth of an inch Theoretical math results: G string: 34.045 inches from nut including string compensation (45 thousandth of an inch) D string: 34.110 inches from nut including string compensation (45+65 thousandth of an inch) A string: 34.190 inches from nut including string compensation (45+65+80 thousandth of an inch) E string: 34.295 inches from nut including string compensation (45+65+80+105 thousandth of an inch) Fuzzy math... Not 100 percent sure it's computed the way they described. Can you help? Thanks.