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I think you'll be very happy with how she handles with those specs. I settled on -2.4 on the camber running street tires. I adjust to -3.0 when running slicks on the track. Those are just my personal preferences.
You need to verify that they lifted BOTH front wheels off of the alignment turn plates when making adjustments to the plates. Otherwise the preload from the sway bar will cause false readings. Also check to see if they knew they could adjust the caster, maybe he thought only the camber was adjustable with the plates. 7 degrees is what you are shooting for.
On second thought, I cant swear they didn't lift the wheels off the ground. I was busy talking to the owner. They used to do all of Fall Line's alignments before FL went big time, and they came highly recommended by a local tuner shop I trust. I"ll redo it every year anyways.
Went back after getting my panhard properly installed. Had them bump the camber down top 1.8, and up the caster to 6.9 (and equal on both sides). I also sat in the car this time. Much happier with the final product on the street.
I'd say that approach makes a lot of sense with tires that are both street and track with a heavy balance of street miles. Are you going to adjust the CC plates for the track or just leave it? What are your track tires?