Ok, I have no issues setting up a T-bird...but heres the problem.... I just got my new (02') and set it up last night. Had 45-105 on it. I restrung it again with 45-105 DR Hi Beams (what I always use). Dropped it down a half step where I need it but theres still a little more tension than i like on it because the DR 105 is actually like a 108 and so on with the other strings. So I adjust the relief to where I like it and it looks and feels good. Now the G string is fretting out on the first fret when I hit it open and fairly hard. Its still making the note but its fretting out pretty good. The old strings werent doing this and they were tuned up a half step. There is no twist in the neck and the fret isnt lifted?? Should I dremel the part of the fret in the area of the G string?(VERY slightly and gently) I dont mind a little buzz but this is far too much. I tried messing with the bridge (3 point gibson bridge) and going back and forth with the relief. If you know the 3 point bridges you know the G saddle is the lowest and there is no individual height adjustment. Which doesnt matter cause its beautiful all the way up the neck minus hitting the first fret now for whatever reason?