I just received my 2016 SE Custom24 from an out-of-State dealer. I arranged to have 10-46 replace the stock strings and had it setup with Eb tuning. Out of the box the back of the bridge was already resting on the body and the screws looked high to me - but I really have no reference except a 2-screw pivot Strat. Anyways, I have a few questions about this guitar/setup and if anyone can spot any issues or problems can you please let me know. Firstly - The bridge itself (manufacturing). The SE spec. says it's a PRS-Designed Tremolo. The PRS Setup/Bridge page says: 2. The pocket in the tremolo bridge keeps the six individually adjustable saddles from moving sideways, thereby eliminating another traditional cause of tuning instability. I'm not sure if there is a variable or allowance they have for this 'pocket', but my low-E saddle sits a good 1mm inside the edge of the pocket. Is this by design or manufacturing within tolerance? (Don't expect a Low-E to be bent/moved upward) Saddle Pocket Space 01 Saddle Pocket Space 02 Another thing that stood out to me was the Bridge mounting screws height. I don't know if this is normal or not, it just stood out to me because they are different. Do you know if this is normal? Bridge Screw Height The bridge angle is troubling to me, and it's something I didn't discuss with the dealer. I've setup a 2-screw tremolo on my Strat before and that has a pivot on it, but this one does not. The back of the bridge is actually sitting on the body and I fear it may cause damage. So even without a 2-way pivot, is the bridge meant to touch the body on these guitars? Bridge Angle The dealer offered the option of Low/Standard/High action and I opted for low. I couldn't find any specs for SE action/string height but mine seems to increase up the neck, my Strat does too, but not by this much. I measured between the top of the fret and the bottom of the low-E string and got these approximate numbers. 1mm @ 1st Fret 1.6mm @ 12th Fret 2.1mm @ 24th Fret Would these be acceptable numbers? (I've had some fret buzz on low frets and the thick strings (E/A) but it can be controlled by a lighter picking hand And even though pickup height is a personal/subjective thing, my pickups came at about two times lower than recommended. I'll season to taste once everything else is sorted out :-D Neck Pickup @ 5mm, Bridge Pickup @ 4mm Anything stand out as problematic? Any concerns for the instruments health and functionality? Thanks for any advise.