I figured this out on my own but for all I know it is common practice or there is an easier way. First I set the relief so that there is very little gap between the strings and the 5th, 6th and 7th frets. Then I set the heigth of the saddles so that the strings would buzz if they were much lower. Now for the new part. Then I capo at the first fret and measure the gap between the strings and the second fret. (I've been measuring between .004" and .009") Then I capo at the 10th fret and measure the gap between the strings and the 11th fret. If the gap is higher at the 2nd fret than at the 11th fret, I increase the relief a little (and raise the saddles) If the gap is higher at the 11th fret, I decrease the relief (and lower the saddles.) I believe the best results are achieved when the string gaps at the 2nd fret and 11th fret are real similar. Then I readjust the saddles and measure again and adjust relief again if necessary. Repeat until the string gap when capoed is similar. Rather than measure all of the strings, you might be able to get away with just measuring the 1st and 6th strings. For true anal overkill accuracy, this system requires good feeler gauge technique and some kind of magnification, but for me it is a labor of love because I like to monkey around with my guitars. I use a jewellers loupe for magnification. Any and all comments are welcome unless you disagree with me in any way.