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So you checked the wheel against a dish stick?,

When I first got bike I had a LBS true the wheels, which leads me to think that they are okay. I did try the above procedure, and yes it's off center in the other direction, just as slightly.
reads like they did not, at the shop..

and you ascertained the dropouts are precisely the same distance
from the center line of the frame?

... would you say I should just stop being so picky?
Probably, but, You are not alone, OCD gets expressed frequently, here.

NB: Real frame alignments are done on a precisely machined flat table
Granite or heavy steel.
with dial indicators taking measurements .

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