XML Premiere 5.5 to FCP7 Import problem

I am working with an outside editor who did some edits for my company in Premiere 5.5.
They're  tryng to supply me with a FCP7 compatible XML file for import into FCP7.
Well I am able to convert the XML file in FCP7, but not all of the info is coming thropugh properly.
The edit is a simple one...
2 camera A/B talking head
1 Main Audio track whihc is done as 4 audio (2 stereo) tracks in Premiere.
The edit supplied to me comes through with the video being fine on 2 tracks.
However, the audio track does not even show up in my timeline.  However it's there on his Premiere timeline.
Any idea what might be the problem?
I have supplied pics of both timelines for reference. 
One is his Premiere timeline, the other is my FCP7 timeline after XML conversion.
Premiere timeline with 2 videos tracks and 4 audio tracks.
FCP7 timeline with 2 video tracks and only 2 audio tacks sowing up.
Where is the other audio track.

Jeff,
Thanks for your advice, the use of the UT Video Codec Suite has been exceedingly helpful in capturing video. It has made 1080i capture much simpler.
Unfortunately it has not solved my 720p import problems.
I have played around with several different configurations. If I record 720p at 29.97 frames, the whole video imports without difficulty, but the sound is messed up. But when I try to import 720p video at 59.94 frames, Premiere Pro will only import the first couple of minutes of the video if the video is longer than 7 minutes.
If you have any further advice, I would appreciate it.
Kerry

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