So, the height adjustment screws on a 6 saddle strat/tele/mustang/toronado/whatever hardtail fender bridge impact Intonation. That's not a question, its something I just discovered because I finally found the Allen wrench small enough to move the dang things with the strings on. My question is, do you move those to accommodate height over pickups and action before you make your notes equal with the screws at the butt of the bridge? I get that the Es go lower traditionally because the radius says the other are higher, but the only store that does setups nearby hasn't opened back up, and I'm ready to drop the new bridge in the mustang. Do I just wing it and call off work/ignore my children for a week while I turn screws, or is there a baseline theory to it?