If I'm asked to adjust a sax it may mean many different things. I might be asked to alter the angle of the crook, physically change the placement of touchpieces or make any number of modifications. It's a rather too vague an expression.They're just words. They have no set definition. Different technicians will use them differently. So if in doubt, ask your specific technician what he means. I prefer to use the term that all customers understand the meaning of - "adjust", rather than baffle them with technical terms whose meanings are specific to myself.
I don't think we'll have much luck comparing it aside from visually - it's a scrapper, and a test-bed horn. It's currently got dabs of ammonia, nitric acid and horse urine on the bell.@ Stephen, it might be interesting to compare. I'll have to bring it round to you soon.