My camera didnt focus right with any lens,, wide or zoom.
The rigorous testing protocol is a myth. It's easy to tell if there is a problem simply by taking normal photos.
The testing protocol proves only that one can complete a testing protocol.
I am the lone wolf on this perhaps, but until testing protocol advocates insist on protocols to prove focus is good, I can't take seriously the need for a test to prove it is bad. And besides, Nikon has a testing protocol and look where that got us.
My opinion is the testing protocol is a subconscious psychological attempt to bring power and control to an unhappy and uncomfortable situation; to compensate from focus insecurity and a DSLR induced belief that one cannot focus after 40 years of shooting unless a protocol is in place. There is also a social proof aspct. Once the Internet says it must be, it must be. But testing this theory requires a research protocol, so it's a mere hypothesis for now.