Since starting to play 6-strings, there no matter how hard I try to adjust my setup, the right-hand feel on the high-C is odd. It always feels like the "drop" in height is much more noticeable than between any other set of strings. For example, moving from A->D, or D->G, the string-gauge decreases, but it the change in the feel near the bridge is minor. But going from G->C, I always face a trade-off. If I want a sensibly low string height, because of fingerboard radius and string diameter, I need to drop the C saddle very low; this gives a big "step" down in right-hand feel, going from G to C. On the other hand - to keep the right-hand feel more consistent, I'd need to raise the action to a place where the C string height is much larger than on the G. Since I'm new to the wonders of the high-C string, I'd appreciate input from you guys that have played 6-strings (or 5-strings with high-C) - which side of the compromise do you prioritize? Consistent string-height, or consistent right-hand feel? Or - is there something I've totally overlooked from my setup process?