This is a follow up on my recent purchase of a new Fender Mexican 1960 Vintera Stratocaster. I've been working 12-14 hour days this week so I haven't had a chance, til now, to do a set up. OK: I lemon oiled the dry Pao Fero fret board. Didn't drown it but the fret board needed a dose of lemon oil. The frets are good and there's no fret sprout. String height and neck angle is acceptable. No neck adjustments yet. I'm going to wait and see how the guitar reacts to a string gauge change and the environment in my home. As time goes on, I'll be aware of the neck woods and it may need to be attended. It came with .009 Fender strings. IMO, too light and I restrung the Strat with .010's. I needed to add another spring to compensate for bridge stability. I don't dive bomb but I want a little up & down movement. I haven't owned a new guitar in a while, so all that clear plastic coverings had to go. Heads up............only 3 springs were in the trem cavity and Fender dosen't give extras on this guitar...........so you may want to have extra trem springs. Today, I'm going to slightly bend the trem arm to my convienience. This basic set up is part of a new guitar acquisition so don't be set back on any personnal adjustments. It's needed to make any guitar your own.