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lower numbers do make for more aggressive (i.e. moves further out)
what do you plan on staggering with? 8.5 and 9.5? here's the overall plan for most people regardless of wheel. (as long as you clear brakes)
+34 on front will fit fine with no rubbing and for the rear it's in the range of +40 unless you roll the fenders. rolling the rears will allow you go to lower up to about +34 as well.
also, rubbing depends on your tire size as well. a lot of us typically go 245/35/19 F and 275/30/19 R, but it does make the front wheel a little larger than the rear. be prepared to sacrafice a lil handling with this staggered set up.
most of the people i've seen here w/ ce28's have gone non-staggered and i believe 8.5 all around. it's your choice.