I was riding a replacement wheel from Jamis after my last one was plagued with broken spokes. I was just glad to have my bike back and tried not to notice that some spokes felt looser than others although it was true. After less than 200 miles, I hear a clunking sound and discover a completely loosened NDS spoke. Instead of just tightening it and moving on with my life, I stupidly decided to try to properly tension the wheel. I've read that all the spokes on each side of the rear wheel should sound similar when twanged indicating even tension. So I go through the spokes trying to even out the sound and tightening the spokes. My goal was to get them all sounding the same and then tweak them further to make it true. Well I went way, way too far because the wheel was unable to turn without rubbing the chainstays and even the open brakes. At this point I thought okay I'll just bring it to the bike shop and have them true it. They told me it's beyond hope and I had to buy another wheel for $50. It's also a lower end machine built wheel off a similar bike. So I have lost weeks of riding time to this wheel and $50 and this wheel probably won't last either.