I did my own set up on my Washburn. I used their factory settings. Now according to the spec sheet. When it was set up at the factory standard tuning. It came with 105-45 strings 7/64 on #4 5/64 #1. Now I put 110-55 on it. Inset string height to their specifications. Now since I use the larger gauge screen should I have changed the string height. Or is that just standard height. I'm amazed how much better it sounds and plays.. I did the complete action setup truss rod action. I used John Caruthers videos to do it. Checked truss rod action height at 7th. With feeler gauge .015 Action height at the 7th fret. Check and set my string heights at according to his video. Where neck meets the body. Even though other videos said checking at the 12th. I have a brand new Jackson js2 Spectra and their specs are identical. Now I'm going to set it up for D standard. With 110-55 because I'm using a heavier gauge string. Does that change the string height? I also set the intonation. Because the action on this new thing is extremely high. In the intonation is horrible. I haven't checked yet check the neck relief for the truss rod action. It looks like it's off just my eyeball. Now also I have a BC Rich Warlock. But I am going to set up to play in drop B. Which is already got the strings in it it's already turned to drop B. The action is a little high. I imagine I'm going to have to probably file the nut or buy one for the specific strings I'm using. I have a Luthiers toolkit. With pretty much everything I need to do it files everything. by putting my next straight edge on my jacks and I can see that the relief is pretty heavy. I guess what I'm trying to get at when setting the action does anything change by the thickness of the strings. Plus or minus. I'm pretty comfortable doing it myself done one or two myself over the years. I'm going to check pick up height. But I probably won't touch it unless it's really far off because it sounds great. Plays great 200% than it did. Oh yeah one more thing the bridge saddle on the E. Can't go any lower than where it's at. It is bottomed out. Is that ok. The others have very minimal amount to go lower. Maybe a 32nd.