No, no pics sorry. Its really a process of lining up the IF filters. Sometimes add a few PF of capacitance sometime removing while looking at the AM detector and sourcing the receiver with a swept signal.
I'm thinking of offering a service doing this since every new BC 350 I bought was poorly aligned. As far as the process, the alignment does the following and think of it this way: Its like looking through the end of 4 paper towel tubes... lining up the 4 tubes for the maximum view.
Technically is called modulation acceptance alignment. As I said, the new BC 350s are poorly aligned.
FM traps: Commercially bought @ $85.... and they work miracles to clean up receiver overload
Cavities: Commercially made Sinclair SRL 120-7-S7 ( I think)