Put the camber shims back in. Get the information on the degrees off camber then adjust the upper pin until you get the proper degrees.
Set the toe-in by using two sticks to the back of the widest point between the front - of course - tires. Adjust the tie-rod ens until you have 1/2 inch tow-in. Then take it to a reputable aglingment shop and tell them the specs. They will fine-tune it.
You could go with your own settings. The difference in milage for the set of tires will be about a hundred miles better with the professional alignment job. Well, about that.