He has toe in front and rear (I've seen the alignment sheet). There's a bit too much front toe but not crazy either. I agree with others that closer to zero is better, but if it's not zero, keep it toe in for street use. 0.00-0.05 per side, preferably zero.You really want zero toe on the front, that toe out is going to make it darty as hell at higher speeds. Should be no reason they can't get the camber even on the rear, there's adjusters for that. If you don't have camber plates in the front might consider camber bolts to dial that in. Front caster seems high also, but if you're lowered that may be why.