I can adjust the string heights of my guitar by changing the back bow/forward bow of the neck with the truss rod. However, I can also adjust the string height by raising the block saddles on the bridge. I haven't messed with the block saddles because I don't have a hex key yet that will fit the saddle. Now I always hear that you should start a setup by first getting the neck relief of the guitar sorted out (truss rod adjustment), then do the intonation (getting the strings in tune all along the fretboard). That's pretty straight forward. However, where should you start a setup if your block saddle string heights are out of whack? Should you first get your saddles adjusted? And if you start with the saddles, is it a matter of tweaking the saddle height, then tweaking the truss rod bow, and going back and forth between them until you find the right saddle height to bow in the truss rod proportion? I ask because my truss rod adjustments are not killing all my fretbuzz and I'm scratching my head thinking I need to get my saddles right. Pardon my ignorance if I'm way off the mark. I appreciate any insight.