I can't believe I wasted all that money on these techs. The first one, I paid $75 and the setup was all wrong. The bridge was too forward, I had buzzing on the low strings. I took the guitar to him again, he adjusted the buzz was gone, but the bridge was even more forward. He didn't even stretch the strings at all. He didn't adjust anything else except changing the strings, adjusting the angle and action. He wrapped the strings around the pegs with just one turn rather 2 or 3. His reasoning was that it makes the guitar stay in tune better.
I went to another tech, I paid $90 and the bridge was too negative, the action was good, but had buzzing on the low string as well. I asked if he measures the action, said that he does it by feel. I measured with my string action gauge and the low strings were at 1mm at 12th fret, which is too low. At least he polished my frets.
I adjusted the angle myself and then the action after finally understanding how it has to be done and now I got it to be perfect. Angle is good where knife edges are perpendicular to post and my action is good. No buzzing.
1.5mm on high and 2mm on low.
I checked intonation, they are all good, except for the B string, which is a hair sharp, so I'm going to buy the Ibanez intonation tool, just to have and make my life easier.
At one point I wanted to install a trem stabilizer, but after reading some reviews saying that it can make return worse, decided to not do it anymore.
The one thing I haven't done yet is change the strings, as this was done by the tech.
If you look at the claw it looks uneven though. I think I need to adjust the angle a bit forward on the treble side, as the bridge angle photo I posted before where people said it was spot on, was from the low string side. The treble knife edge line looks a bit deeper than the body or maybe its because the action of the high strings is lower than low strings