So I just got a stock used squier bronco for almost a song and a dance. That its a bronco doesn't really matter, btw. Truss rod? Maybe need a quarter turn to reduce relief...let it slide for now. drop the saddles...outer strings bottomed out. Move the saddles...uhoh, the DG saddle is almost out threads (definitely far inside the saddle) and still flat at the 12th fret. The EA is not far behind but okay intonation, just bottomed out. Both sets of saddles are sitting on the bridge screws. So I've got 2 adjustments to do. Since I'm lazy I'll ask here first. First easy one would be to do that quarter turn on the truss rod. Would that move the saddles back? Second of course is to add a neck shim to lift the saddles. Would that move the saddles back as well? And if neither helps the saddles, does that mean I have to replace/move the bridge? And if its important the bronco is wearing a set of earnie ball slinkies.