Alright, so I've always had a problem getting the G on my Jackson Soloist XL to intonate properly. The trem is an Original Floyd Rose (replaced the crappy import the guitar came with), and the G-string's saddle needs to be moved even further from the nut, but there's no more travel possible! I had this problem with the import trem that came with the guitar too... Oh, the A-string has a similar issue, but not as severe. Strings are .009 - .042 D'Addario XL 120s that I always use. If I tune the A and G a little low, the guitar's intonation is better, but not "perfect."
My suspicion is that the trem post anchors were set in the wrong location when the guitar was manufactured--probably a very minor distance too close to the nut--so the saddle for the two problem strings can't be compensated enough as a result.
Anyone else had this type of problem? Any ideas (besides re-setting the anchors because I'm NOT doing it!) on how to fix it/compensate for it???
EDIT: Oh, and the neck has a very slight amount of relief with a treble action of 4/64 measured from the bottom of the strings to the top of the 17th fret, and a bass action between 4/64 - 5/64. I like that action for my playing style (with vibrato & bends).