I can only speak for the BC malt mill. Let's assume you have a BarleyCrusher (BC) malt mill. Just set it on the line, maybe just a touch narrower. Also, look at the various grains you're using; some of them (like wheat) are smaller than barley. You may want to mill them separately. I've had a pro brewer tell me to just aim for a "crack them in half" look. It preserves the husk better. They tend to get plenty flour-y regardless. A very light spray (no more than 100 ml of H20 per 11 lbs of grain) of water on the base grains may help make the husks less friable. This is known as malt conditioning. It does tend to swell the grain a bit, which improves the crush w/o narrowing the mill gap or shredding the husk. I once tried the malt conditioning but over did the watering--got corn dog rollers. I just went back to widening my mill gap and haven't had stuck sparges (but haven't done wheat beer since, either). I think excessive narrowing of the mill gap in pursuit of better efficiencies is unnecessary when one can just mash a little longer and focus more on controling the temps and pH and water profiles.