It sounds like we're all on the same page for the important stuff. I don't DD my car, and really don't care about the kind of wear that would be bothersome for such a car on the street. I think that's the point Smokin was making too -- this is for my dedicated track/canyon car! We're all swapping wheels at the track, right?
My car setup is still quite a compromise. I'm going to get the suspension sorted out, but I suspect I'll still have a touch of uneven wear; the ability to rotate my BFG R1 tires front-to-back and side-to-side goes a long way to leveling it out. As mentioned in the "Best Tires For a Track Day" thread, I am pleased with the wear so far. -3 to -4 is probably where I'll land with camber up front. I'm still planning to leave the rear alone for now.
I really appreciate the points made about mid-corner slow, fast out, before the apex. I constantly remind myself not to rush a turn; I'm still pretty hard on tires and not beyond a reminder of the fundamentals. Don't pinch turns on FWD cars! I am over-driving this car in some areas, and need to work on finesse -- re-learning FWD for a track car!
That aside, the FiST is pretty awesome. I really enjoy the fact that despite plainly seeing areas where I can improve, the car is already legitimately fast! I watched a lot of my track footage while at the gym tonight and that is plenty motivating. It's all so obvious now. I can't wait to go back!