On bolt on neck guitars, you can put a slanted shim on the neck pocket.
On set neck, if neck is parallel to the body (like PRSes with tremolo system) you have to route the body to have the floyd at the right height.
Again, is too much work for an SE, just sell yours and buy the right one.
I knew that a guitar with a top mounted floyd (without the body route) need the neck to be tilted backward, just like the tune-o matic bridge on the gibsons.
Too much hassle and money.
I would just sell yours and buy the SE floyd.
I took the guitar home from the luthier who fixed some frets for me.
The notes on the G string have too quickly decay compared to the other strings, I guess it is due to the notch on the saddle which is not completely finished.