I can shed some light on this...
First what are we working on? Different vehicles are affected differently by different alignments.(ok, I just beat that word to death)
The numbers are ok. I personally don't like to run more than -.2 degrees due to tire wear-especially with that kinda outlay of funds! As far as rotating the tires... learn to read the treads. You may need to do it more or less depending on your habits. ie.-wearing the rears out before the fronts have a chance to feather-edge.
Does your car drift slightly to the right?
By the numbers, you have -.2 total to the right in camber and -.1 total to the right in caster. Giving you accumulated -.3 degrees influence to the right. What I mean by this is... If the tire was straight up at 0 degrees it would roll straight down a flat surface. Lean it in or out and the tire will roll in the direction of the lean. Now see the tires on the car one leaning -.3 the other -.1, the math says -.2 influence to the weak side- on your car it happens to be the right(camber) same concept applies to caster it pulls/drifts to the weaker side.
The easiest way to explain caster is... the angles on a "chopper" mc and a kids tricycle. Choppers have ghigh speed stability but dont turn in a parking lot worth a darn. Tricycles on the other hand can literally turn on a dime but will crash and burn at high speeds. Somewhere in the middle is a hapy medium. Corvettes run about 6-7 degrees and my Toyota 4X4 specs .25 degrees. With yours at 5.1 and 5.3 your should be in good shape. I would prefer the smaller value to be on the left though.
I prefer about .3 degrees to the left total accumulated influence to compensate for road crown. If it is dead-nuts the car will track straight for about 1/8th mile.
Under NO circumstances would you want to have a left drift- (not even a little)!! It would only be a distraction away from a head on collision!!
As far as the toe... I'm not sure what the inches convert to. I have only worked with degrees.
If someone reading this knows please chime in.
Let me ask you this... Are you going to be chasing cones(autocrossing) or hard cornering?
If you are, Set the camber equal side to side and go with about -.1 to -.2 on each side and make up the .3 to left in caster.
Let me know if this helps