the links that prevent the camber from doing its job is the link at your 2 o'clock position (facing the rear passenger wheel) and the toe link at your 3 o'clock. the primary one I would get is the camber link at the 2'oclock position because that looks like more of the cause for why I cannot straighten the toe. im unsure if the toe bolt is big enough to compensate after you change that 2 o'clock link to an adjustable one. but I will post it up when I install it.
I love the ride. I do get vibrations and wobbles. Ive been trying to find ways to get rid of it. it definitely doesn't bother me at all that much.
you will need to get your links in the rear though to get a perfect alignment. just a camber kit wont work. you need toe links, upper and lower camber arms to get a good alignment. pretty expensive but definitely worth it! right now I am towing in in the rear because its at max adjustment without going positive or negative on the camber and I just ordered my links