Got a killer Historic LP today, 2001 I believe. Plays really well. I am a pretty darn good setup guy, but have a ? I could use some further insight to please. The neck is set perfect per most people's specs, slight relief/bow as is the typical norm. I however prefer my guitars to have basically zero or a wee under relief, straight or wee bit under. My last two LP's I set this way as well. So as I got to tweak the neck a hair, I notice the trussrod nut has been cranked on before, (rounded/slightly stripped) typical, no biggie I just have to be careful to get a good fit with the wrench. So, the trussrod is basically darn near as tight as it is going to get, I got in maybe 1/8-1/4 turn, I would prefer maybe 1/4-1/2 more turn to get it perfect for me. Surely don't want to overtighten it and snap that sucker! I have never broke a trussrod, nor do I want this historic to be the first one I do snap. Should I go for the extra little turn or leave well enough alone? How much more can they go once they are at the point of being fairly tight? I guess I'm aksing for the "give" factor. Now most of my guitars do tend to bow in the winter here in Ohio, we did just add a humidfier to our furnace which has been helping the overall air itself in the house. In summers, I usally have to loosen my trussrods a tad as they tend to backbow. Guitars I've had for some time I know them to a T and can basically tweak their necks each season by memory. I am hoping once summer gets here (we do have to use a dehumidifer in my guitar room/furnished basement in new house) this LP will do the typical backbow on me and I'll be good to roll. I love the guitar, darn near best feeling LP I've owned or played. So I do not want to return it to the guy I got it from, whom by the way is more than cool about it and offered right away to undo our deal no probs. that's not what I want to do, you all know how hard it is to find a great LP that fits you. So, if worse came to worse and a few years down the road the neck was totally tightened and it was bowed beyond how I would be comfy with, what would need to be done specifically? How many options at that time? I have used a heat press before, but sure as heck would hate to on this guitar. Could a luthier reset the neck or readjust the trussrod? How in-depth are those processess? Or, am I totally missing something small here I could try? Totally loosen it and start again? Any help or suggestions are greatly appreciated!