For a daily driver, I'd do -0.25° camber, +4.0° to +4.5° caster (dial in some cross caster if you have crowned roads), and 1/8" toe IN.
For handling on a street car, go up to -0.5° to -0.75° camber, other settings same. Should still get decent tire wear, and handle better.
For "all out" handling with tire life be damned, goto -1.0° or slightly more negative camber along with 0 toe (or even 1/16" toe OUT). It'll wear tires like mad, but boy will it handle well [img]smile.gif[/img]
Note that in addition to reduced tire life, the "handling" alignments can make the car wander more.
For a dragstrip car, I'd go 0 camber (or even slightly positive, so +0.25°), and 1/8" toe-in.
Oh yeah, regardless of which alignment you get, be sure they do it WITH the driver's weight in the driver's seat (and if you have passengers 75% or more of the time, put the approx pass weights in those seats as well). Otherwise, the alignment will change when the car is actually being driven.