I've seen two odd things in the output of the Sychronization Wizard:
1. Any field defined as 'bit(1) not null default false' comes out with a '<ascii 0>' default, rather than 'false'; meaning there's an actual zero-value character inside the quotes, which causes most text editors to refuse to deal with it.
2. The names of referenced tables in foreign-key reference always come out lowercase, whatever the table's case is in the schema. In a MySQL configuration that cares about case this is obviously a problem.