"one needs to run the inf2tfw conversion program as geoconvert does not do this automatically as the wiki states"
That's what I thought and unless the FSET produced inf files (relating to the bmps) are exactly the same name then geoconvert doesn't work as has been stated elsewhere and not in the wiki. The FSET bmp and ini file names are NOT the same and you have to manually rename them for something to supposedly work.
Even soooo.... the result doesn't seem to "properly" work and seems to produce effects like that which is shown by other users above (blurred tiles, misplaced tiles etc etc). Is the auto feature in geoconvert actually doing the same job as inf2tfw - are you sure?
Soooooooo YES as the man says, I'll go back and run inf2tfw independently and don't rename them inf files (leave well alone).
Plus I think whoever said just use 2 decimal places for the co-ords is also likely right too.
I've had a complete failure of a day with my Lake District convert and it's probably because I'd changed to the auto-convert (file renaming) method which seems flawed (could be me). First attempt without this i.e. just using inf2tfw was cool and then I tried masks, failure! as the auto "system of operation" actually didn't seem to pick up the mask files correctly. Then, after 2 "large" glasses of Baileys and ice I simply had to give up as ALL tiles were alcohol blurred. I simply probably need the right spanner for the right nut but I never expected to be working "under the hood" on this. I'll get this car going, you'll see.
Also - masking via GIMP, no no noooo please. How about an example in Photoshop as "who uses GIMP".