Installation is much easier if you use an SQL browser or a Database management software of some kind, any will do, though I prefer HeidiSQL.
Initially posted this on a different thread, but this seemed to be a more appropriate place. I think HeidiSQL should be more than just a recommendation. I spent 2 days trying to get this working only to figure out that the MySQL command line was ignoring the DROP TABLE statements in the patch files. Lord only knows what else it was doing wrong. Also, the MySQL "Workbench" just hangs when trying to open the bigger files. Once I finally installed HeidiSQL, everything worked perfectly!
Thanks for all the good work, Sniperwolf!