I know this subject has been covered, but I intend to try getting a perfect fit of the bridge feet using the following technique. My bridge fits well except for spots where it is possible to insert a piece of paper, so it's not far out. I intend to:- 1. Slacken off strings enough to put a strip of fine sandpaper under one bridge foot, the Bass side first 2. Hold the bridge in place and drag sandpaper the direction of top to bottom of the bass eg vertical direction 3 Repeat procedure on the treble side. My concerns are 1. Cracking the table or sound post crack when lifting the bass side in order to insert sandpaper 2. Dropping string tension so much the sound post drop or moves into a dangerous angle, which could crack the table when strings are tightened 3 ending up with a worse fitting bridge I really want to get the maximum tone and volume out of my bass and I think well fitting feet will contribute to this. Presently the soundpost and bridge are in the optimum place, positioned by a luthier.