I've finally achieved a decent response with the help of XTZ.
For those of you new to the program, I've picked up some techniques.
When you measure, set your AVR to dolby surround or multi-channel, if you want to graph all of your speakers.
If you only want to graph subs, set AVR to stereo and simply unplug LR speakers.
If you want to change curve on screen and have the appropriate filters listed for a minidsp - simply right click/drag the line to where you want it. The appropriate EQ adjustment/PEQ will then be listed in room modes box.
Often, it might not grap the line exactly where you wanted to. All you need to do is double click the room mode. A window will pop up that will allow you to modify the Q, DBs, and frequency. I found this very useful as any changes will change the tan result line instantly. Very often I found I could modify the Q, DBs or frequency it gave - and end up with a much better looking tan line/result.
If you go enter the room mode parameters that you liked into a dsP and then run graph again - it's pretty spot on.
Here is what I ended up with. I've given up on 130hz.