There really isn't such a thing as " optimized for daily driver use." That's a misnomer.
EVERY car can do with more camber. At least -2 upwards of -2.5 on the street. At least up front. The rear can be less. Camber doesn't eat tires till you probably go over -3.0, and even then a tire rotation schedule that matches oil changes will take care of that. Track cars, routinely go over -3.0!
You want a bit of toe out, to help with turn in. This can make wear increase, the more you go. The safe route is no more than 1/16th" of toe out, upwards of an 1/8" for the track Again, routine tire rotations.
Caster is a great thing too. But the ways to gain that, are not easy, and limited in options, and can get pricey. The more the better.