Hey all, I've been reading a ton on TGP and elsewhere and I think I have a pretty firm grasp on how to replace the nut on my MIJ Strat. I've had it for a few months now and I've always had some weird tuning and buzzing issues and, after researching and doing the measurements, it seems some of my nut slots are cut too low. What's more is, after closer inspection I've noticed the nut in there now was never really sanded/sculpted... it's sticking out of both sides and is jagged. Seems like someone just slugged one in there in a hurry... so a good reason to have a learning experience and just replace the whole thing I think. At any rate, I'm going to get a pre-slotted Tusq nut and go from there. My question is, I know those nuts are pre-slotted to give you a jumping-off point, but they aren't going to be perfect off that bat. That means I need to file the slots myself or take it somewhere. Since I may only do this one or two more times in my life, I haven't been able to justify buying expensive files... that said, if I have to take it somewhere to get the nut slots worked on, shouldn't I just as well have a tech do the whole thing? (Although that totally defeats the DIY goal here). I guess the other alternative is finding some capable, cheaper tools, although that seems to be a bad idea and I haven't really seen any specific nut files that cheap anyway... Thoughts? Thanks!