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Hey Robert, if after you have it tweaked to your liking and you still get (some) back focused shots I would not be dismayed. At first I thought I was having issues but if your body is working as it should, then I had to come to realize that it takes a split of a split second for this baby to focus on what it sees, meaning if your subject moves out of the focus pt area in the least then she grabs what is now filling it (the background), and if that happens to be when you depress the shutter, then you guessed it....... Now it took me a min to realize it, but this thing works faster than my eyes do so I don't see it happening often when at the games, you won't notice it until you get em on the big screen. I don't know if this makes sense, but it is what it is.
Also, and I didn't realize this until last night after shooting a wrestling match..it was my first attempt at stobing so I had the luxury of a low iso, 640 to be exact, and when I looked at my results on screen, it was like a breath of fresh air.. Till now I was under the impression that the mkIII files are just not as sharp and crisp as other bods I have owned, not fully understanding that when shooting 3200-6400 iso all the time that image quality is going to be comprimised by noise. My images are very crisp and detailed, and I shoot raw, so imagine when minimal sharpening is applied..
Please excuse me if my crazy deranged mumbling comes off as a mkIII fanboy, these are just my observances.
Just read Mr. Werthers post above, exactly what I was trying to say, he just said it more eloquently