Just re-reading this, and thought a comparison of the figures that car came with vs. where it is now might be instructive.
As delivered (I had the dealership measure it prior to delivery after reading the Tyre Wear Issue thread):
LF -56' RF -1 degree 20' - should be -26' +/- 18'
LF -10' RF -10' - should be -08' +/- 04'
LR -52' RR -39' - should be -58' +/- 18'
LR 14' RR 17' - should be 13' +/- 07'
This meant - according to the figures they had from ARUK - that while the Toe was within spec, the camber on 3 of the wheels was outside the maximum permissible values.
After many trips back to 'fix' it (including replacing suspension components at their expense), it wasn't until I threatened to reject it that they got someone from ARUK to come out to inspect it. It turned out that the dealership did not have the 'correct' values for a 3.2 S, and the car was then set to:
LF -1 degree 17' RF -1 degree 14'
LF -0.3mm RF -0.3mm (yes, I know, different units but it seems that this is what Corghi equipment uses)
LR -1 degree 11' RR -44' (didn't bother adjusting it I'm thinking)
LR +2.2mm RR +1.0mm (didn't touch that one either then!)
I gave up at that point and took it to a local independent garage that set the front Toe to parallel, the rear camber to -1 degree, and the rear toe to +13'.
From this I learnt that ARUK technical department are not terribly well organised, and that the dealership's workshop is one to avoid.
I think I'll treat myself to a trip to see Peter Cambridge at Easter...