I laid a straight edge across the frets and measured how close the tops of the frets are to the face of the body. It's 5/16" away.
Then I measured the height of my bridge. It is adjustable in height, and the lowest position is 5/8" which is double the "fret-to-body" distance. That means my strings would be 5/16" too high above the frets.
To remedy this I made a wedge to lay under the neck which will cause it to sit at an angle in relation to the body. The wedge starts out at 3/8"(the size of the difference plus some wiggle room for thumb wheel adjustment on the bridge) and then tapers to nothing. Now when I sight down the length of the fretboard it should point at the top of the bridge after it is seated.