This is where I have it after some listening:
The crossover is just about 6500hz, using a 1uF cap on the HF driver and a 0.35mH coil on the mid.
I may play with some EQ on the bass but it sounds pretty good where it is at, I am sure with subs running a little hot it would sound great. I like the sound of a slightly aggressive midrange between 500-1k, gives you those chest cavity vibrating vocals when it is turned up. Then the slight dip around 2-4k you see in that graph is there because I have come to realize that is where a lot of the harshness in vocals tend to come from if left flat as our ears are most sensitive to that range. I still want to play with the top end a little, I noticed some sharp sibilance on some "S" sounds and cymbals which I identified as coming from about 10k. I put a shelf filter on it to slightly roll off the top end but I want to compare that with a notch filter as the top end does naturally roll off by about 5dB when your 10 degrees off axis where I am measuring from.