They may not be perfect but I really don't see too much to worry about. On the front, his pasterns are a little bit steep and on the back, he is a bit sickle hocked and toes out, possibly cow-hocked as well. There are millions of horses out there with the same problems that never take a lame step. I think the thing that bothers me most is that it appears that his feet have too much heel on them.
It doesn't really mean very much. It is very hard to find a horse that actually is in line like perfect conformation should be. His croup is a bit steep, his thigh is a little short, and his gaskin is a little bit long. It makes him look wonky and may impede his ability to really collect and work off his butt but it shouldn't do anything to hurt him.
If a horse has a lot of heel, then it is generally because the farrier left too much the last time they trimmed him. It may just be the angle of the pictures, but it appears his feet are shaped similarly to this horse in the before picture.
Could you get some pictures of him standing square on even ground? Some from front, back, and both sides? The angle and stance is not ideal for confo critique. I do think he needs some heel taken off and he seems to toe out in front as well as back but that is a very minor fault for the most part. Jack toes out in back too and we've never had an issue. Looking again, his front and rears seem to be on different angles? It could be the pics but if not you should speak with the farrier about it.