I just got that blue burst Monoprice Strat clone just now. And ... I have a few doubts. First the pictures: The body: Second a 1.33 mm (0.05 inch) gap between the bottom of freboard and the top of the pickguard: Third, this guitar is supposed to come set up by the in-house tech guy but you can see all of the height screws are at or near the max for each string. Why? Furthermore, the pickups are adjusted very low and I compared them to my 2016 Monoprice model but that was ever a professional set up for a clean tone so not that close to the strings. Also when I got my earlier Monoprice the intonation, except for one string, was spot on. These are sharp on every string although I know maybe humidity or something could cause that. The pickups sound pretty much the same but I expect these to be a tad hotter, especially once the pickups are raised a bit. Other changes are that this one has an un-varnished back to the fretboard where my other had a light varnish back. The profile, as I suspected, is a tad fuller than my old model, but not in the "baseball bat" range of some guitars, such as my Epiphone Sheraton II. The guitar headstock has a more pronounced beak than my older model. Everything works, although the 5-way switch could do with a shot of DeOxit or something. I may take it to my local shop for a free (and quick) observation. So, folks, anything here I should be concerned about? I certainly don't think this has been set up. And if the string height posts are at that maximum that bothers me because I then have no leeway for adjustment. The action is little high, too, so I don't know why that wasn't addressed. As I said my first Monoprice came just about ready to go ... but this one obviously needs at least a setup. At least. So, thoughts? Thanks in advance.