I have an S550 with RideTech II coilovers. The one thing I did not like about the RideTech's was that the only way to adjust camber was with the eccentric bolt head on the strut. I've decided to install a set of Vorshlag caster camber plates since I recently discovered that they make a set specifically for the RideTech setup. I think this will make camber adjustment much easier. The plan is to be able to switch back and forth from street settings to track settings with me making adjustments at home. After I finish my current front suspension mods I will be getting a 4 wheel alignment with bump steer adjustment. My plan is to purchase a set of toe plates and a magnetic camber gauge that I can stick through my wheels and attach to the rotor. My goal is to lift the car and set it on individual wood platforms that are just high enough for me to get under the car to make toe adjustments. Providing I can get these platforms relatively level to one another, if I make some homemade turn plates should I be able to make these front adjustments without having to worry about suspension bind? This seems like an easier way to make adjustments without going through the hassle of rolling the car back and forth and readjusting until you get what you want. Is there an easier way or a better way? Any input is appreciated and thanks in advance!