You're welcome. You shot does look like it may be back focused, though. Here's the other side of her face, also 100% - notice that even at f/8, with a close subject like this, her eye is sharp but her ear is OOF because it's outside of the DoF.
Either way it's the quality of the lens or lack there of.
No, I think you're missing my point. If the shot is backfocused, it's not the quality of the lens that's a problem, but a mismatch between body and lens. That's exactly what AF microadjustment is meant to address. People used to send cameras+lenses to Canon for adjustment, which is part of the reason there's a CPS today. Now, users have the capability to make those adjustments on their own.
To help explain what Neuro is getting at, what you may be expecting at f/5.6 or f/8 on a crop camera is different with a FF camera. The area that is in focus gets a lot thinner. With auto-focus, your AF is figuring out the 'distance' to the spot wide open, then closing down to get more depth of field. If you focus on the item closest to you, and the AF under-calculates the distance, the DoF will be off, and you won't get the shots you want.
In most cases, it's better to link to photos on flickr/google+/etc than to post directly as attachments.