Hello folks. I have a new MiM Strat, Blacktop series, which means HH pickups, but thats not much important... I wanna ask some question about String Trees and guitar tuning... The problem is, I find out that high E and B strings goes out of tune very often, (B goes more than E ), and its very hard even to tune E and B so they sound properly as it should have when you play those 2 strings simultaneously in some chords or 2 note chords and licks. I don't know why is that happening, cause I am not even using tremolo bar. The rest of the strings are ok. And then I find out something... Maybe its string tree - famous MiM "buterfly" which makes a problem? Cause just those 2 strings are very tighten up and with angle because of those MiM buterfly string tree, and other strings are not. I have also American Special USA Strat, and it has 2 string trees, but of course its not "MiM butterfly", its 2 "roler tree" string trees. And of course all the strings sound ok and I have no those tuning issues on those 2 strings as I have on MiM Strat, almost after half minute of playing. But those USA roller string trees are put higher on guitar headstock than those one butterfly string tree on a MiM headstock, which was put very, very low, and makes a bigger string angle. Is all that an issue maybe, or is it something else? The tremolo bridge is not 100% ducked to the body of MiM, its floating a little bit, but also on my other USA Fender Special, tremolo bridge is floating much more, and its not ducked to the body, but I don't have those problems. Here is pic, and see yourself those butterfly string tree. Is that ok, is this string tree setup ok, or it should be put higher somehow? Is height making those problems, and strings goes out of tune very fast, and can't be tuned up & set up to sound good when you press simultaneously in some 2tone chords and licks when you play? Please help. Thats the only "problem" I have, the rest is very good, guitar plays very very good, and looks like a much much expensive instrument, it looks gorgeous. Neck feels good also, and the edges of the frets are good. I just don't prefer too much all those lacquer high gloss on a neck, it feels sticky in your hand, I prefer much more the feel of USA Fender Special neck - is somehow "low satin finish" almost you feel is pure natural wood without lacquer, and there is no "sticky thing".