To adjust camber you move the upper ball joint in or out. To adjust caster you move the upper ball joint forward or to the rear. And your bolts all look to be the same length. The drivers side just has more shims in them. Seems to be a normal thing. Mine is the same way. As stated earlier most shops align by getting the numbers in the green on their machine. To properly adjust a car the numbers may have to be in the red. I adjust my own cars at the dealership I work at. Most of the techs are in a hurry and don't want to play with it to get where I want it adjusted to. Hell, if they saw my specs they'd say it was way out. I used to turn wrenches so I tend to ignore the colors and just adjust to where I want it.