Of course the camera works fine now.
Really happy with how it came out. Be glad to describe this procedure I used in more detail. As for adjusting doors, I think there are several really good threads over at team camaro. Main thing is to install the fenders and hood after you get the doors adjusted to make sure you can get those gaps where you want them. I would have never known I had this twist if I had left the doors the way they were and not test fit the front clip.
As I said, I put a lot of pressure on it to get the twist out. Lifted the car up off the jack stands a couple of times. If I were doing this over, I would get the twist out before removing the doors.
Got the twist out Sat morn, took a long (17") aluminum sanding block to it to find a couple new high and low spots, worked them the best I could, sprayed a light coat of body filler, sanded it that night, shot with epoxy and a light coat of K36. Sanded and painted the next day. Wet sanded the whole car monday evening after work and layed on about 5 more coats of lacquer.
I guess I won't know until the whole car is polished, but right now I only can find one slight imperfection. Right behind the back wiindow is a tiny dent maybe the size of a pea. Hoping I can get t paintless dent guy to worik it out so I don't have to re shoot it.
Atthached is a pic of the previously offending door. Just for kicks also included a pic of my hood. That is my wife's reflection. This is black lacquer and hasn't been polished yet.