Hopefully I'm in the right section for this topic... So I've had H&R lowering springs for some time but recently acquired the SPC camber adjustment bolts. Technically, after having it aligned when I installed the springs, the front was still within manufacturers spec but rear was only very slightly out. Just been dealing with it, no biggie. Anyway, fast forawrd to recently and I've swapped shocks/struts to the Bilstein B6s (ok, I'm still waiting on the front right strut to show up after 6 months of backorder, but looks like it will finally be on its way), I said, "what the heck, lets get the SPCs and really try to dial in some good camber" I know a small amount of camber is good as you probably don't want all 4 wheels to be at exactly 0.0 vertical. My only question: If you were able to get a specific camber dialed in for your car, what would you shoot for? Any suspension guru's feel like chiming in and elaborating?