Hi, today, I replaced the nut on my PRS with a stoptail bridge. I've been using the pre-slotted replacement part. So, it's basically just a matter of filing the slots down and gluing in the new nut. While I'm not an expert at this, I've successfully filed/replaced nuts a couple of times before. However, now, my intonation is weird. The three high strings all were pretty sharp, the three low strings were perfect. Sofar, I've never had to adjust anything on a PRS stoptail. Now, the bridge is visibly slanted because the adjustment screw on the treble side is almost all the way in. The intonation is almost perfect again (b string is slightly sharp, still), but I'm left wondering how could that happen? The only things that changed are the nut and the strings (however, same set and same gauge were used). I don't see how the nut replacement could physically affect a difference in string length but I guess that must be the reason - somehow? Please enlighten me!