Integy Setup Station
I just got the basic Integy Setup Station that consists of 4 purple A shaped parts and 4 purple rectangular parts plus a plastic top plate. I paid $65 plus an extra $10 for the metric nuts (rip off, but that is how Integy sells it).
This kit allows setting camber, and toe as well as measuring caster.
It does not include a set up board, but I already had one of those.
The kit seems quite good. I was however, surprised. Before this, I had been using a cheap plastic RPM camber gauge. I had set my front camber at 1.5* and rear at 2* using the RPM. According to the Integy gauge, I was off by more than 2x. The front was between 3 and 4 and the rear was at almost 6. This makes some sense as I looked at my tires and they do seem much more worn on the inside edges than on the outside.
In any case, I think the Integy kit is good and easy to use. The price is not too bad either.