I have my intonation adjusted and am 90% happy with it. My only real problem is that things seem to be slightly off on the B string starting at about the 7th fret. Things like octaves and thirds sound a bit out of true - although lets face it - I'm not going to be playing such things in those mid to upper positions on the B string very much. This is on a Buzz Feiten equipped MTD 535 which I have chosen to intonate ignoring recommended offsets because it sounds better to my ears that way, with this one small caveat. So my question: Is it "normal" for intonation to be not quite as spot-on on the B string? Perhaps my disregard for the Buzz Feiten offsets causes little penalty except on the B string. Or perhaps I just goofed when tweaking the B string and need to go back and re-check it. Thoughts? Opinions?