#55. "RE: Is Melville capable of fixing the D800 AF issues yet?" In response to In response to 54
Well, these results (both FoCal and your own test shots of your dog) clearly show that in this case Nikon has managed to fix the issue.
I don't think many people would expect ideal operation since we live in a real world, but having less than average performance is definitely disturbing.
However you mentioned that Nikon has adjusted your 24-70 to work with the camera. While this is good, I wonder if other lenses perform relatively well with the camera now. Did you try any other lens to see how focusing works after the adjustments? In my case even 70-200 @2.8 shows the softness of one sensor group (in my case center sensor is very soft after the adjustments).
I would find it alarming if each and all lenses need to be "mated" to a particular camera using Nikon's service as oppose user-driven AF fine tune operations.