You need a cargo net! Looks awesome...that's hard core!
Welcome Flash! Ryephile sold his JCW last year, but many of us learned a lot from him! I'm sure others might jump in to help answer your question though!The front suspension uses MacPherson struts, so the camber curve is essentially linear. A bit more front negative camber would make the car more neutral in corners, and there is an OEM front knuckle that's cast for -0.5° over original. It's spendy but proper. I might go that route if good quality (& quiet) camber plates aren't made available soon.
I'll say that the factory alignment is very very good for most street applications. MINI did a great job with the kinematics on this new platform.
My Cooper Works is only a few weeks away. Identical to yours.
Black with red roof and black wheels.
I have picked up some original Works accesories as well.....
Red stripe kit
Black light rings front and rear.
Have you done any testing of the suspensjon setting?