I'm specifically asking people who think that bridge height is a thing. Lots subscribe to the Joe Walsh school of the lower the better but some do like the high riders. I think why not have a middling bridge height for the best of both worlds...It’s pretty fucked up. Need ti sell it. Sorry for being the one to tell you.
Ok.... I have no clue! Does it play well?
Sure factory set-ups are often high but some LPs could easily fit 3 thumbwheels under the bridge even with a low action.Not sure if you can form any conclusions given bridge height is adjustable and factory setups are notoriously high. I don't have a brand new R but have had several over the years, some could fit a second thumbwheel after I set the bridge, others could not, even guitars from the same year.
Not sure how people have been able to answer your questions through photos without knowing your string action or your neck relief. Without knowing that all the answers so far have had zero meaning