I'm bummed tonight. Just got my Metro back from the shop and there is a slight warping thingy happening. I like the neck damn near flat and the action pretty low. Not fret buzz crazy low, but a little more than average. I left the set up action wise pretty much alone from how it originally came. Mind you it was set up sweet, but a bit higher than I would like. So the other day I was playing and decided that I wanted it a bit lower. So I took it to my local tech (who does work for some of the guys from Kid Rock, Sponge ect..) and said "do it up Mike style!!!" (he knows my set up like nobody). Anyway, I get a call today to stop by the shop because the bass is done but there is something he wants to show me. The neck has more relief on one side than the other, and to remove it, it causes issues on the opposite side. Not much, in fact some folks wouldn't even notice. Now here's the catch, the set up is great right now. About where I like it if the little bit of bow was gone. My question is, is this gonna get worse or this will stay the same and be cool?? When it first came, like I said, I left it alone except for a set-up which stemmed from being shipped from Japan to Detroit. Tim, who did the set-up and mostly all of mine, remembers my basses because there isn't too many Sadowsky's floating around Detroit and doesn't remember this being there before. So, Low Down Sound (where I got it from-great shop/guy BTW) is gonna call Roger and the boys tomorrow to take care of this. I'm not complaining at all, Roger and his crew have been the best I've ever delt with in the past and I have no dought that this willl be handled in the same manner. Just bumming because......well, I love my stinkin' Sadowsky!! Plus, if they throw on a new neck, it's #111 and I hope that doesn't change!