We threw the Jeep up on OK4WD's alignment rack to check how we'd done. We got pretty close (ignore the values here, we were messing around trying to get the toe-in/toe-out picture). Camber on a Jeep isn't easily adjusted. You could get offset ball joints, but by and large we don't even look at it if we are doing an alignment at home. If it doesn't look bent, it probably isn't. The only other thing that a professional shop can adjust is the thrust angle, which basically tells you that your axles are parallel to each other. If you adjusted all the arms equally and your frame is straight, you will nail this one. You can double check by measuring from the front axle to the rear axle on both sides. Both measurements should be the same. If you somehow get this wrong, you will wear tires out more quickly.