Hi, My very amateur method for very budget wheels : 1) Go round the wheel using the pluck test and tighten loose spokes, loosen tight spokes. Don't be precious, just fix the worst near the same as the others. On the rear do each side separately as each side is differently tensioned. 2) Then look for any wheel wobble. If you have an area to adjust use the pluck test to decide whether to tighten one side or loosen the other for the same effect. 3) Don't try and get you budget wheels very true, get them near and tensioned fairly even. I assume the more evenly tensioned they are the more they will stay where they are. They seem to ride better with more even tension, and minor wobble is not an issue. My plan, at the first attempt was to adjust the miminum number of spokes, and fix a clear wobble in the rear wheel, pretty much managed both. rgds, sreten.