Agreed with Danny, for street driving you're front camber is a bit aggressive. For street cars we set camber closer to zero in the front, err to the negative side with no more than 0.1 degree deviation left to right. I usually target -0.2 to -0.3 degrees.
For toe that varies with how tight your suspension is, that is why you see such a range on adjustment... When your control arms defl3ct backwards under acceleration toe increases due to natural flex and/or any play in control arm bushings, etc... If you can grab your front wheels and feel a slight amount of play left then be a little more aggressive on toe, like 1/8" total. If they are uber tight you may want to dial that back to 1/16" or 1/32" total toe.
That's also a lot of caster. VW spec is 3+/-1 and 356 spec is 5
Caster in a Beck is fixed and changes slightly as a result of camber change, but we're set up for 5 at stock ride height.
We run CRAZY amounts of caster in the track cars, 10-12 on GTS. You lose straight line stability but the "snap back" and self correction of the wheel is a greater benefit to us...