looing at that im seing the tires camber front and rear look like this
L -.24 /---| R -.17 .07 difference
L -1.08 |---\ R -1.48 .4 difference
toe looks like int he rear, the front part of the tires are pointed away from each other.. i belive that was a big no-no for any set up.. that will cause oversteer much easier... i remember its either 0 toe or point them toward each other.. you have about .15 pointed out
so the set up for toe looks like this:
L .25 \---\ R -.04
Toe L -.03 /---\ R .18
(someone correct me.. is the toe on the front not supposed to be the same both sides? unless they set it up to counteract that crown roads have to drain water sometimes?)
caster i belive is close to recommended if you run power steering... i removed mine and still have 5.0 caster and i am ok with DD-ing with it like that
I took my car to a shop that had a drag mustang and a mustang cobra R that was always gone on the weekends due to them acculay racing it.
they had no problems letting me sit in the car and setting MY alignment specs.
its well out of "factory" specs, in fact, i belive it was this page i printed form the garage page and just handed it to them:
Miata Alignment Specs
there might have been a bit more agressive setup out there, but cannot remember whos it was
suggestion i was given to find a good shop is to go up and the first question to ask is if they do autocross alignments... if they look at you with a WTF look ... go somewhere else
i paid $80 for mine.. abut 10 more then the standard alinement.. and they have worked on miats too... i always saw some coming and going from there