Upload & Sell: On
Well, all this talk of this stuff made me go out and buy the software
First I had to download and install the Parallels because apparently I'm too lazy to just reboot into Windows.
Installed the semi-pro version (the middle one) and had minor issue with the software telling me to "Select only centre point" even though I had already - but I thought perhaps it was freaking out because I had changed a point while the software was active, then back to middle....so, restarted the software and went fine.
My 50 1.8 II - 17!!! MA adjustment, which I had eyeballed at 10 initially. But, that little bastard is on-point now, even at f 1.8. Outer focal points are a wee bit back focused, but get in line at around f2.2 and frankly may be the result of field curvature or plain old blurriness at wide open. A visible improvement between 10 and 17 though.
24-105 - I eyeballed this one pretty accurately at "0", FoCal suggested 3 (at 105mm) so I went ahead with that one. I only tested this length, as frankly if I'm shooting 24mm it's more than likely stopped down anyway.
Very slight visible improvement using the software.
Zero crashes for me, using a pretty extreme setup of OS X running Parallels running Windows 7 64bit, with the camera connected to the USB port on my USB iMac keyboard