I had it in for an alignment. They did find that the strut bolts were a bit loose. So, with the alignment done, and the strut bolts now tight, the vibration is the same. If anything, It now pulls ever so slightly to the left.
The vibration is the most noticeable at about 15 mph up to about 30 mph. No clunking. Just a slow, very apparent vibration, pulsation. It is not all that noticeable from 30 to 65. At around 70 I notice it again, but now a fast vibration, and there is a low level hum.
On a side note, and a funny story, I wanted to see the axle while it was in motion. I decided to mount a GoPro camera in the wheel well, hoping to video the cv joint. I zip tied the camera a bolt that was out of the way of the wheel (I don't know how to describe what this bolt does without being confusing. Suffice to say it seemed safe). To mount the camera, I had to remove the wheel. I guess there was more space with the weight off the wheel. Once the car was back on the ground, things got a bit tight. I made it about two blocks, when I hit a bump and I heard a clunk. I pulled over to see if I had lost the camera. Turns out the camera got pinched between the lower control arm and the sway bar (I think). It snapped the camera off the mount. Luckily, the camera fell right onto the control arm and stayed there.
Watching the video is kind of neat. Unfortunately, it was late in the afternoon, so there wasn't enough ambient light in the wheel well. Thus, I wasn't able to see anything besides silhouettes. I will probably try again, but will find a way to mount the camera in a better place, once my new camera case comes in the mail