Not related to alignment but 45 psi tire pressure is way high, use what's listed on the driver side door.
Lowering the ride height has consequences, namely it increases negative camber and toe out. The adjustment range built into the stock car is only sufficient at stock ride height, not when it's lowered. The extra camber as shown on your alignment report (thank you for posting that) isn't enough to cause excessive tire wear so I wouldn't worry about it. Your toe is a little much for my taste but it's within spec.
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