I have, I think a problem with this... It is certain that the theory does describe the colapse as a point like particle, but does that prove a dimensionless point like particle? We really have no way to measure directly anything at those scales. All of our measurements are statistical and based on a model that begins by describing the colapse as a point like particle. Thus that is the way the data winds up being interpreted. I cannot see how if what you are suggesting, is a truely dimensionless point, that there could be either energy or mass associated with it. It becomes essentially mathematical abstraction. Accepting the the math works out that way and stipulating that the mathimatically model is a very successful predictive tool, are you saying that in fact the particle aspect or nature of a subatomic particle, once the wave function has collapsed, is a dimensionless point?