Uneven drywall at door frame
We recently took out some old plywood paneling and put up drywall in our den. Around most of the doors and windows, the drywall is now about 1/4" proud (is that the word?) of the door jambs, so we're using screen bead as furring to fill that space so that we can get the casing to sit flat.
But we have one door where the drywall is 1/4" proud at the top and bottom of the door jamb but tapers down to exactly flush in the middle. I'm not sure what happened except that the studs may not have been flush or something when the drywall was installed.
I can't post a link yet, but if you go to i dot imgur dot com forward slash UYcux dot jpg, you can see a pic showing the top of the door down to the middle.
What's the best strategy for dealing with something like this? Shaving the drywall at the top and bottom?