This is an off shoot from a previous discussion about thick vs thin pads on martin saxophones. Somebody mentioned how the key heights on a martin commitee II saxophone were very low. My saxophone repairman noticed this as well, and said that the key heights were too low and must be opened up in order to make it play in tune (I bought the horn with a real lousy overhaul, I can't wait for the cheap pads on it to wear off). He did just that, and did improve the horn's intonation and response. But after reading the comment on how the martin Comm II was meant to have low key heights I'm concerned that I've altered the horn in a negative way. Do I have a reason to be worried?