if your going to aline the front end, I'd like to make a few sugestions first. If your bushings are loose, you can adjust all you want and it will still be sloppy, and will still reduce the life of your tires and handling of the car.
1st, I'd recomend getting newstrut bushings. these are usually colasped if they are stock and contribute to caster and camber disalinement, especially when braking.
2nd, and these are more exspencive, Radius rod bushings. These are the ones in the very front of the suspention. the stock ones are liquid filled, and they leak/break open. When that happens, it can result is pulling left or right when braking. This will shorten the life of the tire, and cuase for a dangerous situation if you need to stop very fast.
3rd, and last thing I'd do, is replace the stock rubber bushings in both places on the control arms. One is on the rear section of the radius rod, and the other is way up under the engine. Replace these with Poly bushing, they are pretty cheap, but if you can't do them yourself the labor will be the exspencive cost.
once you do one, some or all of these, then get your alinement done to the specs your comfortable with, or to what would be best for your style of driving. I've done this, and my front tires or wearing perfectly even now, Exellent Cornering, and no more wheel sweep or pulling when braking at all! Not to mention its not rubbing the struts!