I finally brought my SR5 in for a pro setup/tuneup. I had my action lowered to what was 90% playable, that meaning I ended up with a couple of dead spots, and making a full string bend on the frets over the 12th fret would deaden some. I knew I went to low, but figured a pro could get it as close to where I like it while giving the instrument a bit of maintenance. I asked for "as low as you can get it as possible" But when I got it home, it was high!!! Was my definition of low, too low for the SR5? At the 12th fret, on the B string, it's 4/32 from the bottom of the string to the surface of the fretboard. A floppy disk just fits in that gap. Should I just fine tune it myself by lowering the saddles?