For a font that would be primarily digital use only, is the breakdown below generally correct? Trying to minimize the amount of variants, especially being that for web up to four formats are needed because of legacy etc.
Formats for use with iOS (can be used with OS X of course, but maybe not for print without Postscript hinting):
OpenType TrueType Un-hinted (.ttf)
Formats for WEB use, medium to large sizes, ALL platforms (dependent on font design how it holds up at med-large sizes on web):
WOFF Postscript Hinted (.ttf, .woff, .eot, .svg)
Formats for WEB & MOBILE use, small sizes, WINDOWS platform:
WOFF TrueType Hinted (.ttf, .woff, .eot, .svg)