Hi all, first post here. I'm a relatively new wood turner. I started on an old grizzly mini lathe handed down to me, and recently upgraded to a JET 1222vs. Out of the box, the headstock and tail stock of the JET are not perfectly aligned horizontally (please see attached pic). I've reached out to JET and they've told me to "shim the bolts" or file down the tail stock. I'm not really comfortable filing a brand new piece of equipment with my limited experience, and I'm still working on getting shims so haven't tried that yet. I'm wondering if: a) Should I expect perfect alignment out of the box, and if so, should I be pushing JET to fix the issue rather than trying to implement their recommendations? b) Is the amount of misalignment shown in the photo significant enough to be a concern? I'm definitely getting a lot more vibration on this machine compared to the Grizzly, which is making it hard to get a smooth finish on my cuts, but I don't know if the alignment or another issue with my setup is causing this. Thanks for any wisdom you can impart on this newbie!