I have some questions about a basic setup: How can I tell when the strings are at the lowest possible height? When setting the intonation can I use a Korg GA-40 Electronic Guitar Tuner, a pedal board tuner such as Boss TU-2 or Korg Pitchblack, or a Korg Clip-on Tuner? I have all of these and am not sure which is best? Do I need a Strobe Tuner? Is there a better way to adjust the intonation like using the harmonic on the 12th fret? How low can I set the Fralin Blues Specials without string pull? Last month, I took my Stratocaster HSS to the Luther at Sacksioni Guitarshop in Amsterdam. He was supposed to replace my white Fralin Unbucker with a Zebra Fralin Unbucker and do a setup. He did a poor job by grounding the Unbucker to the pickguard rather than a pot, set the strings too high, and did not set the intonation properly. When I questioned the setup and how the pickup was installed they gave me a really hard time. The worst part was that they charged me 115 euros for the job. I am doing my best to correct their work. Jonah at RebelRelic in Amsterdam fixed the wiring by grounding the Unbucker to one of the pots. I corrected the setup myself since I have some basic tools for doing setups from StewMac and the Erlewine book. I first checked the truss rod and that was adjusted fine. I checked the height of the strings at the nut by holding down the strings at the 3rd fret and those were okay. The strings were set way too high (around 0.085” so I lowered all of the strings to around 0.07" using the String Action Gauge. I verified each string height by using 9.5" Understring Radius Gauge. I like low string action but am not sure how to balance between low height and buzzing strings. Fender recommends a string height of 4/64" (0.0625") but I ended up using a setting of 0.07". After that, I adjusted the intonation by first tuning the string using a Korg GA-40 Electronic Guitar Tuner and then pressed the string on the 12th fret so both notes were the same. If the note on the 12 fret was flat or sharp I adjusted the string length. Finally, I set the pickup height on the Fralin Blues Specials and Unbucker based on Fender recommendations. Fender recommends for Standard Single-Coil the Bass Side 5/64" and Treble Side 4/64". For Humbuckers Fender recommend Bass Side 4/64" and Treble Side 4/64". I ended up lowering the Unbucker a little bit since it was louder than the other pickups. I called Fralin and asked for advice about the height of their pickups but did not get much useful information.