Hi! Hope I'm posting this in the right place. I've started trying to setup my tele's myself and I'm running into issues. I am going to take one into a qualified tech and have them work on it and try to learn from that. But, just wondering if any of you might know what I'm doing wrong here: I'm capo'ing the 1st fret and depressing at the 17th. Using a .010 feeler gauge, I'm assuring that there is clearance for it to fit under the 8th fret. I've made some truss rod adjustments, and have got it to a place where it seems "right" to me. I'm then measuring the open string tuning vs the fretted 12th fret of the string. I have to get the saddles pretty far back (they're on top of the bridge screws and this is a custom shop tele). That gives me pause, but the tuner is telling me that's where they need to be. I'm setting the action by measuring at the 12th fret. I'm setting high - 6/64ths on the low E side down to 5/64ths on the high E. There's some buzzing, but not too bad. But for that high should there be any at all? Some of it for sure it my picking attack on the low strings. But the G and D seems just a hair "buzzy" too. Here are the two big red flags - to get it even to 5/64ths or 6/64ths, I've got the saddle screws almost out of the saddles. The high E side of the barrel actually sits right on the bridge. SECOND, on the high E string a full step bend at the 15th fret chokes out. Only that spot. I'm using Regular Slinky 10-46 strings. Vintage style three saddle bridge. Any advice?