The low part of the pickup isn't just sitting down, below the screw level, but is really tightened down there flush with the screw head. I'll try taking the pickup out when I get a chance to mess with it. Update: I did end up taking the strings off, removing the pickup screws, lifting out the foam and making sure it's in there in a way that cancels the tilt. It looked better until the screws started going back in, and then the crooked screw holes drilled into the body guided it all to crooked again. I read on some other forums that you can fight crooked screw holes by putting foam/a shim between the pickup and the side of it's hole, you can ignore the issue, or you can redrill the holes after filling them (which seems kind of like a nightmare, to me and I don't have a drill press). I guess I'm going to try the ignoring it option, as it's a little less crooked and probably doesn't impact the sound as much as it impacts my eyes. Thanks for the previous input and advice.