I've seen several posts regarding tuning a mildly modded saw, and inevitably someone will say you have to "tune in the wood" -- or tune while under load. Just how is this accomplished? I have this mental picture of someone holding the back handle of a saw, buried in oak, with the left hand while trying to adjust the carb "H" needle with a tiny screw driver in the other hand. This can't be right... Do you cut a cookie and time it, move the needle, cut another cookie, move the needle, cut a cookie,...etc.? That could take ages, and be influenced by the wood getting smaller, or drier, or... Please don't tell me to do a search -- I did and ended up with 22 PAGES of posts, and after wading through dozens and dozens of them I couldn't find anything appropriate. Inquiring minds want to know. -Thanks.