Level it in the field. Make a pass and measure seed depth.
This guy is right. Level it in the field at the speed you're going to be seeding at. It's more important the seed is uniform depth than the drill being perfectly level. On the rigid frame drills especially with narrower spacing it's not uncommon to want the front a bit higher than the back to account for dirt thrown in the back rows.Level it in the field. Make a pass and measure seed depth.