Since your front tire wear is fine, I would just set the front toe to spec & that will be fine.
Front camber is not adjustable on the stock TSX. Make sure to note the front camber specs to confirm they are not too negative.
-1.0 will be just fine for the rear. A good compromise between handling & tire wear. The stock TSX rear alignment spec is approx -1.0 to -2.0, so -1.0 with wider more aggressive tires & a RSB will be just fine.
Like everything, alignment for the street & for the track are at odds & you have to compromise.
Lots of negative camber & toe out is great for cornering but really hard on the tires.
Too much negative camber reduces the tire contact patch for braking & traction plus the car will lose straightline stability & it will want to follow pavement grooves more.
Too much toe out makes the car really darty. Both hands on the steering wheel around town at all times as the car will really want to turn quickly.
For those guys that are all about show with huge camber, those cars handle worse than stock since they are running on the inside of their tires.
Huge negative camber on the rear means very little braking is being done by the rear tires.
Huge negative camber on the front means those guys are spinning the tires easily at launch plus reducing their car's braking capability.
Ideally you need street alignment settings & then track aligment settings, plus then street wheels/tires & track wheels/tires.
Which is exactly what many guys do.