Thank you so much for your tutorial. I followed it easily enough despite my very infrequent use of ZBrush and I had the necessary Scaler software already. My thought is the whole process is way more tedious than it ought to be. It would be nice to have a script (a script recorder would be nice) to do all the steps you did to prep for morphing inside Poser (zero, turn off IK etc), scaling is quick enough with the little application but I think ZBrush ought to be able to accurately do the scaling as part of the importing and exporting process per a setting in the import/export dialog.
ZBrush could also use a script to set the figure up for morphing (all the stuff you checked and unchecked) and when done, another script to set it up for exporting every group in the model by the group name to a location of the user’s choice.
Then Poser needs a python script to ask you to locate the obj files with the morphs so it can load the morph files for the figure you have loaded, set the morphs to a number of your choice (optionally) and continue until all morphs are loaded. When I see all that repetitive stuff to complete a simple morph, it really frustrates me. Computers were designed to do boring repetitive tasks!