Thanks. More comments are welcome!
No problem - I hope the info helped!
Also, regarding your comment about adjusting focus points being "fiddly"... admittedly, it is a learning process. At first, selecting focus points may seem awkward and time consuming. But before you know it, you'll have a process worked out where you'll be flipping through focus points like a pro. Also, you don't always have to use the joytsick - you can also sweep through points with the top dial (just behind the shutter button) if you want.
Also - if you map your buttons for back-button focus, you can move your thumb over to the joystick, and immediately back to the back-focus button. My index finger occasionally uses the top dial - but only for quick transitions to the adjacent focus point. For moving far across the AF points, the joystick is my main weapon of choice. That's my setup, but I know everyone has their own preferences.