This is a question for all you low-action strat heads out there - how low (or high) action do you have without fret buzz? I guess some people can tolerate more or less fret buzz but I like as buzz free as possible but with as low action as permitted. I have a Grosh Retro Classic (swamp ash/braz rosewood board) with SS 6105 type wire and a 6 screw D'Pergo vintage tremolo bridge and I'm trying to adjust the action as low as I can go without annoying fret buzz. Neck radius is 10" & I'm using 10-46 SIT strings. I currently have the bridge flush against the body with 3 springs. If any of you guys have a similar setup to mine I would like to know what action you have (measured in 64ths)? Seems the lowest I can go is 3.5/64 but I'm still getting a bit of buzz. The strings feel too stiff for me and I would like to have them even lower (without buzz of course). I know this is considered to be low action but I need it to be lower for legato runs and easier bending etc. I realize the radius is a limiting factor but surely it should be possible to have it lower and buzz free? I have played Suhr's with similar specs and gauge strings with ultra low action - how do they do it?