Hi- This can be done as I too have a very light touch. I have found that it just takes a while and some patience to zero in on the correct settings. I've been at it for about a week and now it is ALMOST perfect, although I occasionally still get get the untriggered or false triggering once in a while. I can switch between my acoustic and the YRG with VERY little adjustement of my right hand (finger picking) technique. Beetween the string tension (which seems to work best for me on the looser end of the scale) and the control panel adjustments-and a small mod I came up with placing a "pad" under the pickup cover (posted elsewhere on the forum) I can say I'm very happy with the results. I did this- I tweaked a little-made some recordings-listened for volume differences,etc-tweaked some more-finding that even a very small adjustment in string tension made a huge difference, as well as small adjustments in the control panel. Patience and getting "under the hood" of this instrument has paid off quite nicely.
I now believe that, like other posts have mentioned,some of the encountered problems are "human error", that is-I've realized just how sloppy my playing is,
since the YRG is not so forgiving. I have actually seen and heard an improvement in my playing style (right hand) and co-ordination, especially translated to my other guitars, since I've been experimenting the YRG. Is it umpleasant to realize this-YES! Is this a good thing for me-YES!