No, I did not do further lens testing,I just got the camera 24 hours ago :) so now I will have to spend the time and try it with all my lenses when I have more time. My biggest worry was the left side AF issue and I am relieved to see it absent from my camera.
Welcome to NRF....and it is a good thing to all of us when we get a camera which is without problems. Something to remember for all of us, however, is the incredible complexity of the camera system we have chosen. And it is built by humans. I suspect Nikon will be coming up with some plan to handle the large numbers of D800s which do have the left focus problem, just as car manufactures do this will their cars.
And as Eric suggests, calibrating the AF for each lens, lens combination, will help as well. Interestingly enough, in spite of having over 11,000 clicks on my D4, I have not done this yet, but it needs it. My long lenses focus about three or four inches behind the subject at 75 yards.... only an issue when the subject is relatively "thin".... not an issue with cars, for example.
But, it all takes a lot of time and some of us seem to be off doing, when we should be calibrating....ha, ha, ha...