Good day. Just wanted to share my thoughts and ask what is wrong (either with me or with Ibanez). Recently I discovered that many of those sweet Ibanez RGD7UC and RGD7UCS have some noticeable imperfection to say the least. Sometimes string alignment is just fine, but some pics clearly show that it could be devastatingly off. It's easy to notice - just look at upper frets closer to 24th and you'll see that sometimes there's huge room (like 7-8mm to the fret edge) for 7th string and little-to-no place for 1st string. Let's take a look at good alignment. Well, nothing out of the ordinary, right? Now, please look over here and witness that level of imperfection: You don't have to have eagle eye to notice that something is extremely wrong here. It's not matter of perspective, and it's not a single faulty guitar. And while I haven't played those RGD7UC(S) I saw on pictures attached here, based on my experience, I'd assume that would be more than just a cosmetic issue: you'll have 1st string slipping all the time off the fretboard. Even if somehow it won't be a problem, that ugliness won't go away, causing exasperation all the time. And it's not eye-candy it supposed to be, quite the opposite. Anyway, that's not what you would expect from a $2000+ guitar. Clearly it is not something caused by lack of maintenance. And since nut is more or less in alignment according to the full pics (which aren't attached), I would assume (but might be wrong) that it's bridge or neck pocket issue. I'm not a luthier, but my guess is improper neck setup at the factory. Please, correct me if I'm wrong. So the whole point of starting this topic is to hear (or, rather, read) your opinions. Is it okay and I'm just overreacting a little? Or is it unacceptable for a guitar in this price range? I mean, that's not some cheap instrument, we're talking about professional-grade tool which is supposed to be all about precision, ultimate ergonomics, comfort and playability. In my book "presicion" is not something that we can see on last four pics. Thanks for your attention.