Having done the adjustments myself - (I have all the guages for my motorsport activties), they are quite easy and conventional. the front is the the univertsal method of rotating the track rod relative to the track rod end. The rear camber is, when viewed from the back, by rotating an eccentric between the hub carrier and the up arm, the rear track by rotating an eccentric on the rrar of the lower arms. Apart from standard alignment gauges (need a four wheel system) only normal spanners are required. My car is only a Lusso, but following the parallel settings for the front, and book for the rear at 25,000 miles I am still on the first set of tyres and wear is perfectly even. Reasonable mixture of driving conditions, and although I do not drive like a hoooligan, my motorsport interest would suggest that I do not hang around.