If it was a toe-in problem, wouldn't my abnormal tread wear be on the inside of the tire, not the outside? I completely agree with the fact that I am not an alignment specialist, but judging by treadwear alone, it is obvious that the top of the wheel is angled out, away from the chasis, not in, indicating to me it is a positive camber problem and not a toe-in problem.
To answer the other questions, it is going in tomorrow for a diagnosis of the alignment issues(abnormal tread wear, harder turning to the left, minor clicking on driver side). I'll let everyone know what they find out.
Let me know if I am completely off on my self-diagnosis of a positive camber vs. toe-in issue.