Anyway...you probably already know how to do a forward shoulder adjustment to the bodice. Easy peasy you just add to the back and cut down the front. (Diagram from "Fit for Real People.")
Enter Leila who tweeted me, "Hey have you heard of this?" and linked me to a Pattern Review board. There I learned that you could just move the sleeve caps forward, there by fixing all your sleeve setting problems. So easy!!! Just in case some of you have never heard of this fix either I've photo'ed up a little how to. You get both one piece and two piece sleeves cause sometimes I'm a comprehensive blogger.
For One Piece Sleeves
1. Draw a line perpendicular to the grainline across the sleeve cap. It should be above the front/back of sleeve notches but the exact position doesn't matter. This will be our cutting line for the alteration.
Two Piece Sleeve Alteration
1. On a two piece sleeve it matters where you draw the perpendicular line across the sleeve cap. Make sure it lines up with the corner where the back of sleeve seam is. You want the upper sleeve edge to still fit the lower sleeve edge when you're done.
I hope that was clear and semi-formative. Now go forth and hack up your sleeves!