Does anyone else find the "turn the nut a quarter turn, and wait some unspecified period of time" mantra of adjusting Fender style heel-adjust truss rods very frustrating? I've noticed that my own attempts to adjust these types of necks is almost always a failure. I'm very comfortable at taking off necks so it's not that part of the process that bothers me, it's the fact that relief NEVER seems to budge all that much. As a contrast, I've had a Gibson Les Paul Studio since 1994 that has needed a truss rod adjustment maybe 2-3 times in its lifetime. The latest was last week. I turn the nut a 1/4 turn, and I immediately see the change. But I've gone through this with basses, strats, teles, and jazzmasters ranging from $400 imports to AVRIs to custom partscasters. Always the same thing- I need to take the neck off a bunch of times...see marginal improvement eventually just give up. for the times it's really bugging me, I take it to a tech and it comes back fine. What I am talking about a relief adjustment from say .012 to .008 or so. Not terribly wide, and certainly within the realm of "common spec". What I am I doing wrong here? BTW - I **am** using feeler guages along the way, and I generally use the "capo the 1st fret/use the low E as a straightedge" method. I live in Boston, where the humidity changes from season to season is significant.