Lee, I must disagree. The kids are used to working on strut front ends. Yes, the SALA SHOULD be simple, but if you've always done struts.......they're just different. And the specs are absolutely useless, because there is so much bad/incorrect information out there. For example the GN chart that so frequently gets reposted- it was wrong when it was printed ! 45 years later, people are still reading it and getting confused.
Add to that the fact that the road is different now, ask your local civil engineer to explain how road crown used to be, and how it is now. Not saying the old way is better on road crown, but it is different.
And then add the fact that these cars almost always came with bias belted tires, and we have radials now- the old 'specs' are not even remotely helpful. Then we take a nice new Hunter rack, our cars probably aren't even in the books of specifications anymore, and add a kid who is trying to work on a car that is older than his parents are.......We wonder why it isn't aligned nicely.
The way to do it is to have the oldest tech in the shop set it up, preferably someone at least as old as the car, AND have the kids come and watch. Then after the older fellow retires, the kids have seen it done and know what to do.
And if it were mine, I'd try for as little toe as I could get, straight up camber, and 5 or 6 * of positive caster, more if you can get it. But I have power steering, and don't worry about working the PS pump hard. And the front of the car is down where it belongs. The 4x4 stance our OP has isn't helping at all. LSG