Tom, some toe in/ toe out is common, and worse on the TIs, but its not a big deal when it's balanced on both sides. Having only one side toe, or two with opposite toes is an issue.
The geometry may seem minor but think of it in terms if drag. Stick your palm in the water as you sail and you'll start to turn the boat. The further out you reach and the faster you go, the more drag you will introduce. This should reduce your speed and turn you sharper.
Aesthetics aside, that's one thing Tom will want to look out for. It might not be perceivable to him, until compared with another AI.
The other, as Bob noted would be if the mast retainer ring misaligns w the mast cup. We've all seen what happens to TI crossbars and masts when the crossbars are allowed to slip side to side less than 5/16".
No one's predicting a mast will fall on your head or you'll sail off the right side of the world Tom. I mean, we've only seen one partial photo. But at some point, wonka-wonka looseness or uneven drag on a plastic sailboat is undesireable.
It will be interesting to see/hear how things go on the water for you. Wish we could send some trade winds your way.