Hey guys, So I know I should probably get Lex Luthier to look at this but I thought I'd defer to you guys first for opinions. I had a soundpost adjusted a while back (the guy noticed that it was a little too tight against the top so he shaved it down some). Since then I went from the stock chinese strings on my Chrissy Hybrid, to LaBella 7710's, and now to Corelli 370F's. Two weeks ago I noticed that the bridge feet had moved from the center position so I loosened her up and slid her back into place (between centered the cuts on the f-holes as prescribed on other threads and where the luthier moved it before). Last week as I was cleaning up around the feet, I noticed that there was a palpable lump where the soundpost contacts the top. I took a mirror and looked at the SP and didn't notice anything funny but was a bit wary to see that there was this 'pressure' on the top. I was worried that the SP would go through the top so I moved it up a little bit - still centered but slightly above the previous spots by say, 1cm to maybe reduce a little pressure. The bass did sound much better when the bridge was dead center though. I don't think anythings cracking (at least not at the moment) especially since the bass is still pretty new. Is this normal or something I should get looked at right away? I was planning on taking her in to get some FB work cuz the Corelli's are buzzing a little and maybe thought to have it looked at then too. Thanks for the help.