Exactly.I really admire people that rather than insult gibson about the PCB's, mod them.
Gibsons should be thought of as a sort of kit, a sort of potholed road leading toward your dream of a working guitar. The nut may be cut too high (mod it!) and it may be difficult to keep in tune (more modding and some pencil lead). The bridge and the tailpiece may be too high because the neck angle is off a bit, the pickups may have a tilt because Gibson doesn't want to spend for that one extra screw that would allow you to adjust the tilt. Mod it! The frets may not be level and might be sticking out on the ends and might even have flat tops and feel a bit scratchy when you bend. That's what aftermarket PLEK machines, steel wool, and a bit of rough leather are for.
It's all there to help you develop a working knowledge of the inner workings of your guitar. Gibson considers that education part of the price you pay for a high-end guitar with the Gibson logo. You need to work for it to make it truly yours.