It's been a while since I've posted so I'll bore you (and warn you also) with the continuing saga.
More precise testing when I returned from DC showed that no additional repair had been performed and the camera focusing remained more out of spec than before its first repair. Shortly after, I used some email and phone information received from a kindly fellow Nikonian, but nothing panned out. A direct call to Nikon Corporate yielded a conversation with a very sympathetic operator who transferred me to the corporate service manager. She was not in, but next morning I received a email from an assistant mgr (I think) who mentioned her receipt of the message and sent me a UPS label to returning the camera for reevaluation.
I also sent email images of my Lens Align testing (pretty clear cut proof, I thought) to Nikon, but I've heard nothing from them since the day I sent them, although he did say that he was send the camera to a tech to determine why . He mentioned something about focusing differences in low light and sunshine may be the problem. Well, this is not an answer I would expect, so I sent on my own, images of some tests done in daylight which demonstrated the exact same focus pattern as the LensAlign tests (if the Center spot focuses at +20 (or more) using fine tune, the left spot focuses at about +5 and the right, 0.