Hey guys, I like to think my intonation is pretty decent, but it could always use some improvement, especially in the upper register. (1-12 on the fretboard is pretty decent for me.) So I've been practicing lately with a chromatic tuner trying to figure where I should be on the fretboard relative to the dot. This got me thinking, because with the tuner I'm shooting for the perfect pitch, but people don't play with equal tempermant tuning... so even if I'm dead on, it still won't sound right. How do you learn what to shoot for? I can see numbers on wikipedia (like how many cents it's off), but what do you guys teach yourself in a situation like this.