I use a Longacre cas/cam gauge and a toe gauge similiar to MFE's. I bought 4 12"sq floor tiles and put grease between 2 and 2 so they can be used as turn plates.
Mine's an 87 street/strip garage queen. I use about 1/2* + camber, 3* caster ( (I think), and 1/16 or so toe in. (Again, I think thats where it is set. I'd have to check my records, if you're interested.) I believe I read that a Fox will push it to 0 toe at speed. MFE is good at this stuff. I have cas/cam plates and it sits low, which required some hole-elongating to get the camber.
I probably have 3000 miles on my own alignments, no problem on the street and smooth up to 121 at the track. One of the best things I ever did. I can fiddle with the car all I want and not have to depend on a stranger doing a "set the toe and go" alignment.
'87, 105,000 mile stk short, SN89 Paxton 6 or 7 LBS, X303 Hds, E303, Cobra Int, 70 mm TB, 30# injrs, 1 5/8 full leng, no cats, 2 1/2 w/dumps, Astro A5, 3.73, MT Drg Rdls, Frnt Drag Eibach sprngs, Steeda upr HPM lwr cntrl arms, stk rear sprngs 1 coil cut, adj. struts shocks, 3150 w/drv. 11.56 118.