I play with what I've been told is extremely high action on all my guitars and a problem I've had for years is not having enough adjustment on the bridge to get the intonation correct on the low "E" and "G" strings. They need to go back about another 1/16 to 3/32 to be perfect. I've turned the saddles around on Tuneamatic bridges and pulled out the tensioning springs on strat bridges. The only guitar that has enough adjustment is the Telecaster bridge (and that has it's own drama due to the three saddle bridge even using compensated saddles). In the 70's I bought a replacement tuneamatic bridge with a longer throw that corrected the problem but is no longer available. In the 80's I actually doweled and redrilled my ESP Strat so it was right. Is there any thing I can do besides lowering my action or relocating the bridge to get this right? Perhaps cheating at the nut a bit like the Feiten system? I hate to dowel the guitars but would REALLY like to get the saddles to where I need them to be. Any suggestions? My action is set up so it is a hair over 1/8" at the the 12th fret. I bend UNDER the adjacent strings rather than into them and get an extremely clear, clean tone this way.