Here's a couple of examples from today's trip to kindergarten to pick up the kids.
I have oversharpened a bit to really show the point of sharpness.
This first one I aimed at the center, at the white house between the two small green trees, I tried 10 times, same result.
Focus point is WAY in front.
This one I aimed at the play house with the tilted roof, also tried ten times, same result.
Focus is in front at the small "fence" around the sandbox.
This one I aimed at the window center where the small black and yellow sign is.
Focus is PERFECT.
This one I simply aimed at the house.
Focus is also very good and I have nothing to complain about.
All of these is are just random shots and a fairly nice representation of the variation I see between shots. And this goes for all distances and is not consistent, tomorrow the front focused shots might be sharp and vice versa. And as for tracking of movement, I don't think I have had two sharp shots in a row at all. And the oof ones are WAY out....