Hi, i figured i would relate my experience with trying to correct the rear camber on my 2006 CRV. It was hovering right at the limit of spec and was pretty visible. I purchased the adjustable camber control arms (posted discussion about it on here) and had them installed. They are fine and adjust the camber just like they say. Then i went to the alignment shop and told them to get the camber 'straighter'. When they set it to a lower number, it threw the toe way out. I told him to just make it a good green alignment then and just put the camber wherever it needed to be to keep the toe etc in spec. So the end result of spending about three hundred bucks, the camber is now set to pretty much the exact spot as it was before. This is just a heads up to anyone else considering going this route. If i wanted to do it again i would get different rear springs to stop the rear from sagging, and straighten it up that way.