Hey everyone- I'm trying to figure out the best way to setup my basses. I know that many of you advocate for just feeling it out, but I really like going in with a precise plan. I have read the guides posted in the FAQ, but I'm still having issues. I really like the way that fender recommends setting up the truss rod- using a capo and fretting at the last fret, and measuring the gap between the 8th fret and the string with a feeler gauge. However, I have a couple of questions. I should preface by stating my goal is to get the lowest action I can get with only slight buzz. 1. Fender recommends the following gap measurements for this gap: Neck Radius 7.25" .014" (0.35 mm) 9.5" to 12" .012" (0.3 mm) 15" to 17" .010" (0.25 mm) For those of you who also prefer to be more precise, what size gap do you use on your basses? Are these a recommendations a pretty good starting point? 2. I have a bass with a compound radius, which of the above recommended measurements would I use? 3. For those of you who think that I should just feel it out, what are the signs that you have gone past the sweet spot, and now need to add relief? Thanks for the help!