You will not want toe out, toe out will make the vehicle really unstable at speed lots of left and right moments with terrain change. Keeping the allignment at 0 will give you really good highs peed cornering but still be a lil unstable. Toe in will give the vehicle a smoother steering feel as well as it will iliminate the unstable steering feel and track better down the trail. Rule of thumb is usually around 1/4 to 3/8 toe in . I like to set it at 1/4 with no weight I'm machine
This toe out concept is new to me, I have always run toe in for stability...then again, I was never taught either, just kinda trial by fire here. I have the understanding that toe out will cause pretty gnarly bumpsteer too. How much toe out are you guys running?
Edit:I also have experienced a better return to center of the steering wheel with toe in..