It's amazing the difference a good setup makes. I post a NGD on my 2016 TH and mentioned the nuts slots being cut to high. I took it in yesterday to have that taken care of. I do all the basic setup myself in most cases, intonation and truss rod adjustments and filing the occasions sharp fret ends but I leave the nut cutting to a professional. Along with the nut adjustment he checked the intonation and checked over the guitar. What a difference it made. Fretting on the lower fret is more comfortable, the whole guitar just feels right now. I purchased a few guitars recently and notice most of them all were stock factory setups. The intonation was way off, action high, nuts pinging and didn't stay in tune. No wonder they sold them. They didn't sound or play well at all. So anyone that complains their guitar isn't a "good one" try getting it setup properly first.