I measured and measured again and although I was restricted by a bad circle cut on one of the mids, I got things situated. I Have no idea if I was drinking the day I made them or not.
Don't mind the crossover plug I made. (facepalm) The bottom of the enclosures where they are will all be trimmed out to hide the crossovers and wires. These were originally going to be mounted on the ceiling putting the crossover up and out of site. We didn't like the arrangement of the room so we went back to 5.1 instead of 7.1. These angled cab work out great on the side walls, but I will have to hide the crossovers.
So I located the mids and cut notches out for the tweeters so I could move them to equal footing. I filled both mid range chambers with fiberglass as I liked how the packed one sounded better.
I'm hoping to get the next few things done today. The remainder of the glass will occupy the woofer chamber above the port. Paint the back wall behind the port flat black. Route the edges of the enclosure and bondo/fill the unused holes.