Yes, I tried to use the method on a couple of different areas and it looks good!
I was looking at the number of 1's and the are 44 in the control group and 66 in the test, so I was just expecting there to be a larger difference than 22 in order for it to be significant. But as you mention one would also need to consider that there is a difference in total sample size between the two groups, so I can see that now. The p-value of 0.0001 just threw me of a bit, as I was not expecting it to be that low.
But thank you so much, Dan! You have been extremely helpful and I sincerely appreciate it!