O, obviously the ball joints and tie rod ends need to be in good condition.
Some tyres are more vague than others.
My wheel alignment preference for these cars are:
Camber: In spec, but as upright as possible (small positive caster value)
Caster: In spec, but as low as possible. High caster give nice straight line stability, but makes this car too sensitive to road camber. Not nice on poor secondary roads.
Toe: In spec, but as much toe out as possible.
Obviously one needs to set the ride height correct before fiddling with the wheel alignment as wheel alignment completely changes with ride height.