It's an Ibanez....and I've actually been using those sites. Still no luck. I'm going to get some additional springs at GC today and see if that helps the issues I'm having.Here are a couple good pages regarding the setup of floating trems. These are specific to Ibanez trems (you didn't say what you're using), but the principles are the same.
It was key for me to remember that the trem itself has to be level while the strings and springs work oppositely against it ~ the force from each side needs to be equal. Any adjustment to the strings effects all the strings, and has to be countered.
A friend of mine has a newer Ibanez and although the Ibanez trems are 'raved about' by some (mostly Ibanez heads hell) he said that he rarely plays it because of the same issue. He took it to a good tech and the tech was astonished that it took forever to get the thing tuned, then would stay in tune for a while playing but after any adjustment was made it would be all out of whack again.It's an Ibanez....and I've actually been using those sites. Still no luck. I'm going to get some additional springs at GC today and see if that helps the issues I'm having.