Sorry, I really don't mean to be a pest, but I'm not sure how this applies (except to my comment about setting jsonp to false in ajaxSettings. It seems to work perfectly in the jQuery.ajax call if I apply it, but since I'm currently using jQuery.getJSON everywhere and while I can change it to a jQuery.ajax call and will if that's the more appropriate solution, I would prefer just to modify the ajaxSettings to have the getJSON requests work properly.
However, I suppose my real question is, if setting jsonp to false is hiding a real issue, what is the real issue, because I would like to solve the issue, but it seems like my response is a valid json response, but an invalid jsonp response. Or at least it is parsed as invalid, is this correct?
As I stated above, my current request is replying:
It appears to be appropriately structured, I just am not sure why it's having a problem parsing the colon, because it should be reading this as an object and returning the object.
Again, sorry to be a pest, but I do really appreciate the responses, I just do not want to get stuck on a non-current version of jQuery and am willing to make any changes necessary to move forward, I just need to know what they are.