How to space and distribute systems consistently among all pages
Using MS 2, I have noticed that MS does a good job of spacing out the systems, but unfortunately it tends to keep the first page tighter than the others. In other words, when spreading out thirteen systems, it might put nine on the first page, and four on the second page, instead of distributing them more evenly, such as with seven on the first page and six on the second. It is not a big problem, of course, but just unpleasant to the eye.
Of course, I understand that by "stretching," I can eventually get a balance, but the trade-off is that it stretches my measures within each system far too much sometimes. So, if I tighten the measures, I end up with many systems on one page, and few on the next page (assuming two pages for example). What I mean to ask is how to keep my measures nice and tight, so to speak, and still get even distribution on all pages, when I want it? (other than just by side-stepping the issue by using page-breaks to increase the number of systems and the odds of getting better visual distribution that way).
To make an analogy with typography, It is like having text single-spaced on one page of a novel, and then double-spaced on the following pages, instead of distributing the leading (line spacing) evenly throughout the whole book.