Howdy, I had a tech assemble my partscaster, and among the few things that bother me, the string tree screw hole was not straight. I wish he'd have left it for me, because I don't think he cared much about what he was doing. It didn't even look like he bothered to pre-drill the hole (the wood around the hole was raised). My woodworking skills and access to tools are in the novice range, but I learn things well. If I were to drill it out to the diameter of the string tree, plug it, and drill a new hole in the same location, would that hold the upward pressure of the strings? I would use a pin vise to drill. So, is this important enough to bother fixing? Looking at it just pisses me off. I'm going to apply shellac to the neck this week, and if I'm going to fix it I should probably do this first. Thanks.