I just did a trussrod adjustment and will probably do one more quarter-turn tomorrow to get the neck just right. I also adjusted the bridge saddles so that the strings line up with the curvature of the fretboard. I had to lower the E string to do this and created some buzz (the reason I will probably do another adjustment tomorrow). While doing this, I got to thinking, how much should a bassist doing a setup rely on bridge saddle height and such, and how much should they rely on the trussrod to get the strings right. I realize that the trussrod is more significant in regards to the integrity of the neck, but is it a big deal to adjust the bridge a considerable amount to get the action and string position right? Hope this makes some sense.