Re: Too much road feedback??
With such low mileage, the "front end" should not be worn, but check your idler arm for wear. The alignment shop should have checked before they did the alignment, but it doesn't hurt to be sure. They are easy to replace. The idler arm connects to the frame on two studs, passenger side, and then to the tie rod. Mine seem to be the first thing to wear in the steering linkage.
The next thing to check, while you are still under the car, would be tie rod ends. Worn tie rod ends are a little more difficult to check visually. You should jack the car up (always use jack stands, do not trust your life to a penny seal in a jack!) to take the weight off the front wheels, then check the rubber grease seals for integrity and the tie rods for excessive play. I would, however, be surprised to find the tie rods worn excessively with such low mileage, unless the car has often been driven often on dirt roads.